Peace Corps and IBM Corporate Service Corps Team Up to Help Communities Around the World Thrive

Peace Corps and IBM Corporate Service Corps Team Up to Help Communities Around the World Thrive

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Friday, December 4, 2015 - 9:30am

CAMPAIGN: IBM Problem Solving in Communities

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IBM and the Peace Corps have entered a landmark public-private partnership that will combine the strengths of both organizations to benefit communities around the world. Through this partnership, IBM Corporate Service Corps participants will serve in short-term, high-impact pro bono consulting assignments through the Peace Corps Response program. The partnership's combination of grassroots networks with multinational reach will help speed essential assistance to where it's needed most.

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About IBM Corporate Service Corps: IBM Corporate Service Corps is a global pro-bono initiative through which IBM deploys teams of top achieving employees to emerging market countries. These global and multicultural multi-ethnic teams spend one month on the ground working with local government, nonprofit civic groups, and small business. Participating IBM employees offer skills that include technology, scientific research, marketing, finance, human resources, law, and economic development. By the end of 2015, IBM Corporate Service Corps will have dispatched approximately 2,800 IBM employees originating from over 60 countries on engagements to 38 countries -- making this pro bono problem solving program the world's largest of its kind. For more information, please visit


Kristina Kloberdanz
IBM Headquarters, Corporate Responsibility