Young Americans are getting involved in their communities in new ways. They join Giving Circles, participate in crowd funding campaigns, and use social media for good. They are also getting involved in philanthropy and service through their workplaces. A new study shows that millennials value employers that encourage volunteerism and giving.
With funding from the Case Foundation, the research group Achieve
surveyed 1,514 employees of more than 300 companies who were born after
1979 to find out how millennials express their commitments to the
community through their work. Entitled the “Millennial Impact Report,”
the study examines how young employees get involved with corporate
social responsibility initiatives or “cause work.”
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