OUR COMMUNITY PROJECTS

It is our goal to become provider, employer and investment of choice – and to have a balanced approach to pursuing economic, social and environmental interests. Regarding our Corporate Social Responsibility, we focus on the topics of: employees & workspace, principles & guidelines, society & engagement, and environment & solutions.

As part of our Graduate and Undergraduate programmes, we actively encourage contribution to activities which support our Corporate Social Responsibility aims.

 

INDUSTRIAL PLACEMENT UNDERGRADUATES SUPPORT OXFAM WITH SUPPLY CHAIN PROJECT

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Oxfam use a wide variety of online platforms to determine costs and return on investment; however the data at the time of this project was deemed out of date and therefore needed renewing. The students looked at 3 project areas - Postal calculator, online seller costs and the online website. Read More...

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INDUSTRIAL  PLACEMENT UNDERGRADUATES PROJECT FIRESTORM

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As part of DHL’s Industrial Placement 12 month programme, undergraduates are required to work on a community service project.  In 2014, 6 DHL undergraduates from across the UK worked with The Phoenix Youth Centre in Daventry. Read More...

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INDUSTRIAL PLACEMENT UNDERGRADUATES SUPPORT DHL's TRUCK & CHILD ROAD SAFETY INITIATIVE

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Earlier this month, working with the Asset Management Centre of Excellence, undergraduates on the DHL Industrial Placement Programme hosted two events to educate almost 600 school children about road safety. Read More...

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GRADUATES AT THE HOPE CENTRE

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On a cold day in January 2015 the 2013 DHL graduates embarked on a 2 day corporate social responsibility event. They volunteered at The Northampton Hope Centre which is a day centre offering services to those who are homeless and disadvantaged. Read More...

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GRADUATES LONDON TO PARIS EVENT

London Cycle 2014

A team of graduates on the DHL UK Graduate Programme got into shape for a grueling 200 mile cycle ride from London to Paris in July 2014. The goal was to cycle to the Eiffel Tower sporting yellow (and red) jerseys in this mini Tour-de-France. Read More...

 

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