This program works on two levels: one is directed at forging alliances with corporations, while the other is focused on individuals. Its purpose is to recruit people to our network so that they can contribute to improving the quality of public education in Puerto Rico.
Get Involved for Corporations
We provide support for corporate social responsibility strategies in Puerto Rico that wish to contribute to improving the public education system. We have designed a training curriculum that consists of 8-hour seminars for groups of 20 to 40 employees with the purpose of raising awareness about the crisis that the education system in Puerto Rico is currently facing. We also provide information about Sapientis and the adaptive leadership model as an efficient and effective organizational strategy.
Centennial, a telecommunications company, is the first corporation to establish an alliance with Sapientis by participating in the Get Involved program starting in 2008. Meanwhile, Bacardi Corp, Reliable, and Banco Popular de Puerto Rico are evaluating the program proposal.
The Get Involved program requires a three-year commitment from the company. To learn more about the program contact Adelisa González at 787-977-3230, ext. 225.
Get Involved for Individuals
Individuals interested in contributing to the improvement of public education can also participate in the Get Involved program. We provide a three-hour seminar that presents the challenges presently faced by the public education system, provides information about Sapientis and the adaptive leadership model. This workshop seeks to instill a sense of urgency for the need to take the initiative and implement effective solutions to the problems that the public education system confronts today.
If you wish to participate, register here. The seminar is free of charge.
This is an initiative to raise the public’s awareness of the dire situation in which public schools find themselves. Sapientis Week brings well-known public figures from different sectors of society into the classroom as teaching volunteers at public schools throughout the island. Volunteers get to experience the challenges faced by public school teachers and help us grab the public’s attention and spread the word on Puerto Rico’s education crisis.