Are you a student? Do you have a solidarity project? Then take part in Natixis’s 5th call for solidarity projects!
Application deadline: 30 November 2015.
Natixis launches its 5th call for solidarity projects. This year, students can compete in three categories: sociocultural, sport and welfare, and diversity.
In line with its CSR policy, Natixis has decided to open up a 3rd category dedicated to Diversity, with the aim of supporting initiatives that promote equal opportunities, anti-discrimination, diversity, as well as disability.
“Feedback from previous competitions encouraged us to reward other initiatives that were not linked to accessing culture or to sport,” explains Marion Locatelli, Recruitment and Internal Transfer Manager. “The aim of the Diversity Category is to support initiatives that promote equal opportunities, anti-discrimination efforts, diversity, and disability integration.”
There are three prizes per category ranging from €1500 to €5000, which will be awarded at the beginning of 2016 by a jury made up of Natixis employees.
Winning projects will be ones that best meet solidarity, collective commitment and social innovation criteria.
How to take part?
Students enrolled at business schools, engineering colleges or universities wishing to present a project to be carried out in 2016 can submit an application between 21 September and 30 November 2015.
More information and conditions can be found in the rules.
More about the C.A.M.P.U.S. Awards
Created in 2011, the aim of the C.A.M.P.U.S. Awards (Conviction - Action - Mobilisation - Project - Utility – Solidarity) is to promote and reward student initiatives that meet Natixis’s solidarity commitments in support of civil society. Over these four years, Natixis has supported nearly 26 projects.