BCS, Incorporated is dedicated to delivering effective solutions to our clients, providing quality products and services to help them achieve their goals. As a company, we apply an equal commitment to excellence when we perform community service in the areas we both work and live.
In the past year, BCS has supported the following charitable organizations:
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BCS, Incorporated prides itself on fostering an environment that helps employees advance their knowledge and skills. One way the company supports this ambition is through its educational assistance program, which reimburses employees for course tuitions and other types of related expenses. Numerous BCS staff members have taken advantage of this program to continue their formal education or to pursue professional certifications, such as the Project Management Professional®, Certified Information Systems Security Professional, and other accreditations.
In addition to encouraging its employees to grow professionally, BCS believes in science, technology, engineering, and math (e.g., STEM) training, as well as supporting high school and college students in obtaining valuable, real-world experience that encourages them to obtain higher levels of education or prepares them to enter the workforce. For example, BCS sponsored the participation of a team of River Hill High School students in the 2011 Zero Robotics Challenge, a competition in which students programmed small robots to fly aboard the International Space Station. Also in 2011, BCS welcomed a fellow from Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa, for an eight-week internship. Liz Davis, the Sweet Fellow in Energy Policy, gained valuable project experience by working with BCS staff on energy efficiency and international development efforts, supporting clients such as the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Trade and Development Agency.
Following Liz, Spencer Partridge, the Williams Fellow in Energy Policy, came to BCS and participated in marketing and business development, as well as public policy initiatives.
Both Liz and Spencer, after returning to Cornell, noted their fellowships as having great influences on their personal and professional plans, helping prepare them for future careers. In May 2011, Liz delivered a presentation on her Sweet Fellowship in Energy Policy to professors, students, and alumni, and Spencer is highlighted in the summer 2012 issue of the Cornell Report as the 200th Cornell Fellow.
BCS has also benefited greatly from its internship program, finding extreme value in the talent and fresh perspective of a new generation of workers. Moving forward, the company will continue to look for occasions where it can provide high school and college students with the opportunity to further their education and technical skills.
In addition to group participation with charities and events, BCS employees have taken their own personal time to contribute to local communities and mentor the future generation of industry professionals.
Section 508 compliance information for BCS services is available in Electronic and Information Technology (EIT) at the following address http://www.Section508.gov/
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