Category Archives: People with Disabilities

Volunteer & Civic Engagement Fair

Learn about volunteer opportunities and how to be civically
engaged on campus and in the Boston Community!

Thursday, January 24th
11:30 am – 2:30 pm
Gasson 100

For more information please visit the VSLC or Civic Engagement websites.

There will also be a trivia game to win prizes and a Civic Literacy Test to be entered into a raffle for a $50 gift certificate to the bookstore!

CE Fair

 

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Web Resources: Top Places to Work

In addition to the infamous Fortune Magazine’s annual list of 100, look into some more best of’s:

Boston Globes Top Places to Work is broken down into categories including company size, diversity, best perks, and schedule flexibility.

The World’s Most Ethical Companies are “the ones that go above and beyond legal minimums, bring about innovative new ideas to expand the public well being, work on reducing their carbon footprint rather than contributing to green washing and won’t be found next to the words “Billion Dollar Fine” in newspaper headlines any time in the near future. These are the companies that stand out among the competition in their industry.”

The Environmental Business Council of New England has their list of Best Places to Work.  Based on examining the organization, compensation, development, company practices and environmental awareness, the EBC finds the employer of choice!

Working Mother offers several useful lists, including 100 Best Companies for Working Mothers, Best Companies for Multicultural Women, and Best Women-Owned Companies.

CAREERS & the disABLED Magazine’s Readers’ Choice Award of the Top 50 Employers lists companies, both in the private and public sectors, are considered to provide a progressive environment for people with disabilities.

Human Rights Campaign’s annual list of Best Places to Work for LGBT employees includes top businesses that support equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees.