Presentation on theme: "What is Community ImpACT? We encourage all local employees to get involved in the program and contribute to its success. Schneider Electric’s community."— Presentation transcript:
What is Community ImpACT? We encourage all local employees to get involved in the program and contribute to its success. Schneider Electric’s community relations and charitable giving program serving the Rhode Island community.
Our Ambition To inspire curiosity and promote responsible global citizenship in current and future generations. Our Desire To forge strong community partnerships, foster innovation and engage stakeholders through strategic grants and community action. Our Focus Education, Environment, Global Citizenship, Innovation, Science & Technology
ProgramsPartners Charitable Drives Day of Action FUN-Raising Strategic Partnerships City Year Junior Achievement Nature Conservancy Save the Bay United Way SMILE Program U.S.-China Institute at Bryant University
Doug Hopkins Kristen Aucoin Chris Larsen Chris Liguori Cara Servido Sheila Flanagan Mark Thomas Sarah Payne David Covell Nicole Paliotti Marissa Ainsworth Charitable Drives Communications Days of Action Fun-Raising Web Design
City Year Save The Bay SMILE Junior Achievement The Nature Conservancy U.S. & China Institute at Bryant University United Way Carla Crowshaw Rich Morrissey Debbie Sosnowski Jenna Ramjattan Amanda Comire Ashley Schneck Adam Compton Jennifer Porcelli Amy Pavell Phil Kantardjieff Lauren Mahoney-Pick Danielle Haim Olivia Woodbine
You can transform your energy into action by: Becoming a Program Manager Participating in a Day of Action Getting involved in a FUN-Raising activity Volunteering with our Partner Organizations Participating in program sponsored Charitable Drives
The Community ImpACT Team would like to extend a HUGE Thank You to all of our Day of Action 2014 Volunteers! The Community ImpACT Team would like to extend a HUGE Thank You to all of our Day of Action 2014 Volunteers!
YESS Federal Hill House Maranatha Food Pantry
EventDate Book DriveJune 2 nd – June 13 th Save The Bay SwimJuly 19 th
Community ImpACT Spotlight Recognizing the good our employees do outside of West Kingston Blake Downs & Bill Hawkins These employees volunteered a combined 16 hours of labor to help Red River renovate The Carolina Youth Development Center in North Charleston, SC
Get involved with Community ImpACT! to join a 3 reasons to join: 1. Opportunity to serve your community 2. Visibility within the company 3. Development opportunity
If you are passionate about health, wellness and lifestyle change then you need to be a part of the WK Sustainable YOU team! Please contact Sustainable YOU West
Monthly Employee Spotlight
Sean Kelly, Corporate Account Manager Position at Schneider: Territory Corporate Account Manager Time at Schneider: 3 ½ years Athletic Background: All State and Division recognition in Football and Lacrosse during High School; Captain of Men’s Lacrosse at Assumption College. Volume 1, Issue 6 May 1, 2014 Crossfit: CrossFit Coach & Regional Open Qualifier Long Term Goal in CrossFit: Make it to the CrossFit Games and be on ESPN. “I first heard about Crossfit two years ago from someone who previously worked here. They told me they thought I would not be able to handle the workout, I obviously had to prove them wrong.” “The biggest mistake you can make is not giving it a try” –Kelly
$15 for 15 minutes Wednesday, June 18, :00PM – 3:00PM Conference Room North 1-A Cash or Check Only Contact Sustainable YOU West to schedule your appointment!
Half Hour Appointment: $20 Hour Appointment: $40 Held in HR Meeting Room 1 Contact Sustainable YOU West today to reserve your appointment Tuesday June 24, :00-3:00p.m. By Gina Cairone
Pilates Core Conditioning by Christine Loftes Drop in Classes EVERY Tuesday &Thursday Starting February 27, – 1 p.m. Conference Room North 1-A Attend 10 classes and enter a raffle to win a prize!* $2.50 per class No sign-ups required Wear comfortable clothing 10 spots available due to space limitations *Must attend 10 classes within 6 months
EPN Emerging Employee Engagement Program
Who we are An organization that seeks to improve employee engagement. We aspire to enhance the social, professional, and community outreach opportunities available to emerging professionals at Schneider Electric and increase opportunity for communication between emerging professionals and senior leadership.
EPN Hierarchy President Andrea Michel Secretary Jeff Sciera Marketing Sarah Geissler Jayln Durkin Personal Development Elliot Turek Megan Nestel Recruitment & Retention Bridget Murray Franck Tebou Website Administrator TBD Social Media Correspondent Grace Simpson Vice President Yunus Bhuiyan Elora Garland Krissy Aucoin Bridget McNulty Ambassadors Steering Committee Mike McKinnon Julie Bicknell Jim Palmisciano Mike Scheivert Andy Durand Liz Henderson Brennan Umsted Chris Dennen Founder Will Swanson Corporate Sponsor Ron Tupper
Things EPN offers: Social Events Presentations Professional Networking Season Outings After hours Community service/advocacy Upper Management speakers career goals/path Company direction Personal Development Finance/buying a home Nutrition Round Robin: meet the managers speaker-member introductions BOP personal branding
What you need to do Be Active in the program! Attend 3 EPN meetings and you are recognized as an active member You will receive your certificate Maintain attendance to at least 1 event each following quarter You get what you give Become an ambassador Contribute and collaborate
Questions about EPN? Contact us. Andrea Michel 2014 President x 3093 Yunus Bhuiyan 2014 Vice President x 49220