NHBSR posts all available unpaid internship positions in our NHBSR Jobs section and through the University of New Hampshire's Internship office at (603)862-4136. If you are interested in an unpaid internship with NHBSR, send your cover letter describing your area of interest and résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please.
NHBSR does not establish or promote particular standards in CSR or in any related issues. This enables NHBSR to be in an objective position to positively engage with companies.
No, to protect our members' privacy, NHBSR does not share its mailing list with third-party organizations.
No, NHBSR does not provide certification.
NHBSR fosters socially and environmentally responsible business in New Hampshire, recognizing that people, principles and profits must be linked.
To help NHBSR reduce the environmental impact of our operations, please refer to our website for current membership information. To receive an information pledge by mail, send your name, title, business mailing address, phone, fax and email address to email@example.com.
No, membership in NHBSR is not an endorsement of the member company or organization, its policies, practices or performance, or that of any subsidiaries or business partners.
We ask that all members read and adhere to our membership policies, created to protect our members' privacy, the value of membership, and the intellectual property of NHBSR. NHBSR places no other formal obligations or expectations on its members in terms of their policies, practices or performance.
Payment covers twelve months and renews in the month your company joins. NHBSR sends an invoice for renewal 60 days prior to renewal.
Membership may be initiated any time.
At this time, payment is accepted in US dollars only.
NHBSR accepts payment by credit card (VISA, Master Card, or American Express) or check made payable to "NHBSR." Membership dues are non-refundable.
Annual dues are based on a company's gross annual revenues.
Complete a Membership Application, and send it to NHBSR with your first year's annual membership dues. You can download an application and fax or mail it to NHBSR. Instructions can be found on the application.
Yes, Membership in NHBSR is open to individuals and companies.
NHBSR is an inclusive membership organization; membership is open to all companies, regardless of size, sector, location, level of CSR experience, corporate reputation or other factors. There are no standards for CSR performance that must be achieved before a company can become a member of NHBSR.
NHBSR requests that members obtain permission to use NHBSR's name, logo and statement of membership by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Members may place NHBSR's logo, a statement of membership, and/or a link to the NHBSR site (www.nhbsr.org) on their website. Members may also use NHBSR's name and logo on other promotional materials with approval.
The use of NHBSR's name and logo are proprietary and protected by federal law. Membership and use of NHBSR's name and logo cannot be used as a statement of endorsement.
Members may not send mass communications or other solicitations to other members. NHBSR does not distribute third-party solicitations. NHBSR encourages our members to utilize the NHBSR message board located under the Resources tab of the NHBSR website. Members may also alert NHBSR staff about unique news and notes that may be included in the NHBSR newsletter or as a part of our rotating Member Profiles and Featured Members.
NHBSR will acknowledge your application upon receipt of your payment. NHBSR will send a "Welcome Kit." In addition, NHBSR will contact the Primary Representative to schedule a call with you to further discuss how NHBSR can provide assistance to you and your company.