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CORPORATE CITIZENSHIP


Corporate Citizenship in the United States

We are committed to making a difference in the communities where we work and live.

Overview

At Accenture, we are passionate about improving the way the world works and lives. Our approximately 48,000 people across the United States bring the same commitment and rigor to our corporate citizenship initiatives as they do to client service by leveraging digital technologies and delivering measurable outcomes.

READ OUR US CORPORATE CITIZENSHIP BROCHURE [PDF]

Accenture celebrates our people’s commitment to community through US Corporate Citizenship Volunteer Award. By contributing their time and skills, these volunteers demonstrate Accenture’s commitment to our Skills to Succeed and environmental stewardship corporate citizenship initiatives.

MEET OUR PEOPLE WHO ARE MAKING A MEASURABLE DIFFERENCE IN OUR COMMUNITIES

Preparing students for college and career success with KIPP

Click the image to watch a video from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center featuring Accenture as a finalist for the Citizens Awards for our commitment to education.

Together with KIPP, a national network of open-enrollment, college-preparatory public charter schools, we created Future Focus, a college and career readiness program for KIPP students, and supported the rollout of this program in nine US cities. To date, nearly 7,000 students have received career skilling through Future Focus. Since 2011, Accenture has awarded KIPP nearly $6.8 million in funding and pro bono resources.​

Let’s triple the number of women in computing

Our research with Girls Who Code reveals the gender gap in computing is getting worse. If we act now, we can triple the number of women in computing by 2025. Let’s #CrackTheCode.  
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We are helping Girls Who Code expand across the United States by hosting Summer Immersion Programs and Clubs in new locations, offering skills training and exposure to real-world business and mentorship opportunities. We're supporting Girls Who Code alumnae transition to higher education and their first jobs through an online community group as well as hiring them as Accenture interns.


MEET OUR BENEFICIARIES

Learn about people who are using the skills gained through Skills to Succeed initiatives to create better lives for themselves.

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Corporate Citizenship

Read our 2015 Corporate Citizenship Report and learn more about our Skills to Succeed and environmental efforts around the world.

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Inclusion & Diversity

Learn how we foster a culture of inclusion and diversity.

Careers

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