Community Programmes


Corporate social responsibility is an integral part of Esri South Africa’s business objectives which incorporate socio-economic development and enterprise and supplier development. 

Our corporate responsibility programme is influenced by our company values which aim to positively impact the communities we engage with and to enhance and protect the environment.

Skills development and economic support ultimately lead to better lives. Esri South Africa strives to facilitate this by initiating, adopting and maintaining programmes that positively impact our employees, our customers, our society and our environment.

Through the Non-Profit Organisation (NPO) and community programmes, Esri South Africa is supporting the health and conservation sectors amongst others, through its contributions and support of various organisations.

Esri South Africa has a SMME Development Programme assisting deserving business with support, hardware, software, training and data to ensure that they can grow to contribute to the ever-growing community.  This programme is complimented by a Startup Programme which assists young businesses to embrace the GISc and Location Intelligence (LI) environments and provide leading edge solutions to society at large. Both programmes include mentorship from Management at Esri South Africa.


As part of our Education initiative, Esri South Africa also supports students with bursaries at both secondary and tertiary level. This includes covering school fees, stationery requirements and general expenses.
Esri South Africa actively seeks candidates for our Learnership programme which includes completing the Diploma in GISc&T, while assisting with various projects for practical experience.

Our learnership candidates often progress to join our Internship programme where they apply their knowledge gained on projects and internal research and development. Our Interns have access to a pool of expertise, giving them insight across the business.

 

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