Corporate Volunteerism, a publication from The Boston College Center for Corporate Community Relations, has found that nearly half of those who were asked, said they would be more inclined to volunteer if someone solicited their help.
What does CCCR stand for?
CCCR stands for Center for Corporate Community Relations (Boston College)
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We have 44 other meanings of CCCR in our Acronym Attic
- Cambodian Center for Conflict Resolution
- Cape Cod Central Railroad (Massachusetts)
- Cape Cod Court Reporting (Massachusetts)
- Catholic Center for Charismatic Renewal (Texas)
- Center for Cancer Care and Research (Missouri)
- Center for Change and Conflict Resolution (Texas)
- Center for Clinical and Community Research (Washington, DC)
- Center for Colon Cancer Research (South Carolina)
- Center for Communication and Computer Research
- Center for Community Criminology and Research (Tennessee)
- Central Corporate Credit Register
- Centre for Catchment and Coastal Research (Aberystwyth University and Bangor University; UK)
- Chicago Center for Clinical Research
- Circuit Court Case Reporter
- Citizens' Commission for Civil Rights
- Colorado Central Cancer Registry
- Colorado Commission on Civil Rights
- Commission on Camps, Conferences, and Retreats, Inc.
- Consortial Center for Chiropractic Research
- Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic
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The mailing list of the Center for Corporate Community Relations at Boston College was the source for corporate contacts.
In addition to a Master's degree from Western International University and a bachelor's degree from Eastern Illinois University, she received community relations certification from The Center for Corporate Community Relations at Boston College.
According to a soon to be released publication from The Boston College Center for Corporate Community Relations, "Corporate Volunteerism," a number of volunteerism trends have been identified.
It was started in 1995 as a corporate-sponsored event Trend Research: -- Employees view volunteer activity as a valuable experience (Boston College Center for Corporate Community Relations, source: "Corporate Volunteerism") -- 50% of all Americans currently volunteer.