In Sustainable Development
â€¢ United Nations Global Compact (download PRINCIPLES)
â€¢ Club for Excellence in Management.
â€¢ Spanish Quality Association (AEC).
â€¢ EXECYL (Foundation for Entrepreneurial Excellence of Castile and Leon).
â€¢ CEDEX (Center for Studies and Experimentation in Public Works).
â€¢ Spanish Highway Association
Collaboration with the people of CorporaciÃ³n Llorente
CorporaciÃ³n Llorente promotes social action measures with the participation of its people in activities such as:
â€¢ Payroll Solidarity, the beneficiaries of donations from employees and the organization are:
Diocesan Caritas (Charities)
Little Sisters of the Poor
â€¢ Blood donation campaigns
In Social Action Our activity is focused on:
â€¢ ASPAYM (Association of Spinal Cord Injuries and Severely Disabled)
â€¢ AUTISM VALLADOLID
â€¢ Junior Achievement Foundation
Junior Achievement is the largest nonprofit international educational organization that exists in the world today. Currently, their programs reach 8 million young people, in educational centers, in 30 languages and 119 countries, including Spain since 2001. The mission of the Junior Achievement Foundation in Spain is to awaken in young persons the entrepreneurial spirit that allows them to achieve their personal and professional goals within a framework of responsibility and free choice.
CorporaciÃ³n Llorente, has developed 5 courses of the educational program "Our Community", for the primary school levels of the Vicente Alexandre and Pablo Picasso schools of Valladolid. 15 volunteers from our company have participated in this activity, within the framework of our policy of Corporate Social Responsibility and we have had the cooperation of each those responsible for the centers.
"Partners for a Day" is an educational program whose goal is that youngsters aged 16 and 17 (1st - 2nd level of High School/Vocational Training), former students of Junior Achievement programs (or whose centers have partnership agreements) know about the work world. Approximately 250 students from different schools, will accompany a professional related to career guidance chosen by each student during a full day of work, from 10:00a.m. to 6:00p.m. Through this practical experience, young people will discover the demands and opportunities offered by a specific professional area. In addition, they perform a critical analysis linking what they learn at school with the tools and skills that, later, they will apply in the workplace.