2.Volunteerism. You don’t have to wait until you graduate to start demonstrating your social responsibility. Volunteering in your community or at your school is a great way to gain experience, make contacts, and do something good. It also looks great on your résumé. Go to www.volunteer. ca andfind an organization in your area looking for volunteers. What opportunities are there for volunteers? What are the current hot issues? What is the Canadian Code of Volunteer Involvement? List a couple organizations in your province or territory that have adopted the code.
3.Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Visit the CanadianBusiness for Social Responsibility (CBSR), a non-profit organization,website at www.cbsr. ca and write a brief summaryanswering the following questions.
a . What does the organization do? What is the CBSR model(under Approach)?
b . Under CBSR Publications, what are some of the recentCSR trends?
c . What are the upcoming CSR events?
5.Stakeholder Responsibility. Non-profit organizations, suchas your college or university, have social responsibilities totheir stakeholders. Identify the stakeholders at your schooland for each category of stakeholder indicate the ways yourschool is socially responsible to that group.