Cast Your Vote in Boston College’s 2013 Corporate Citizenship Film Festival

Feb 14, 2013 10:30 AM ET

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass., February 14, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Voting is now under way in Boston College’s fifth annual Corporate Citizenship Film Festival!

Each year the festival provides companies with an opportunity to demonstrate how they have utilized video as a communication tool to spread word of their good work in corporate social responsibility. Seventy-Five entries were submitted into this year's festival showcasing how companies are having a positive impact in communities around the corner and around the world. Community involvement, economic development and the environment are just some of the topics which were touched on by the 2013 participants.

Public voting is now open on the Center website from February 14 through March 1. Once the voting period is concluded, the field will be narrowed down to 10 finalists. The ten finalists will then be reviewed by a panel of judges who will choose the 2013 winner The winner will be announced at the 2013 International Corporate Citizenship Conference, April 21-23, in Boston. During the conference, the 10 finalist videos will on display and available for viewing by the more than 600 conference attendees.

Voting in the Film Festival is open to anyone interested in weighing in on the video messages of our corporate citizenship's brightest stars. A screen for viewing is the only requirement. Click here to cast your vote today!

The Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College is a membership-based knowledge organization committed to helping business leverage its social, economic and human assets to ensure both its success and a more just and sustainable world. As a leading resource on corporate citizenship, the Center works with global corporations to help them define, plan and operationalize their corporate citizenship. Through the power of research, management and leadership programs, and the insights of its more than 400 corporate members, the Center creates knowledge, value and demand for corporate