Globant CSR

Globant at Vatican City!

CSR, Ready to Help, Uncategorized

by Globant CSR

Globant was part of the launch of Scholas Labs, the IT and Education Project Accelerator powered by Pope Francis. This non-profit initiative promotes inclusion through innovation, by building a global classroom oriented toward world peace.


Scholas Labs is open for individuals and startups from around the world who are interested in postulated projects relating to education and technology. A worldwide recognized committee of experts will evaluate each project, and, if selected, will pass through the four-month stage of “acceleration.” The acceleration will include mentoring, funding, visibility, networking, and other tools that will transform the original idea into a concrete solution.




The first project that will be accelerated is “Scholas Citizenship,” developed pro bono by Globant and Line 64. This project will create an online space where high school students can share their thoughts regarding civic and political topics. Its objective is to generate a personal approach to local issues and to allow students to find solutions within their own communities.

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Making the First Sustainability Webinar at Globant!

Live Ethically, Sustainability, Uncategorized

by Globant CSR

The plan was to show that Sustainability should not be impersonal and based only on corporate actions. It’s all about thinking and promoting diversity and differentation. Thinking about each person, not only their role, but also their culture and idiosincrasy.

Foto Banner Webinar Sustainability

A special thanks to the two speakers who joined us in this journey: Susana Kolodziejczyk, Senior Manager of Sustainability at NatGeo, and Juan Iramain, Managing Director, Head of Public Affairs, LATAM at Citi.

If you couldn’t be part of this initiative, you can find the Webinar record here.



TesteAR was Sadosky Awards finalist!

Live Ethically, Uncategorized

by Globant CSR

The Sadosky Foundation recognized Globant and it’s Program “TesteAR”, in the Digital Inclusion Category.

Although we were honored with second place, we are still very proud of our work and happy to be recognized by the Sadosky Foundation. The San Martin University won the first place for their work in the prisons.

Congratulations to all the winners and hats off to the Sadosky Foundation for the event.

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