Steve Cody, managing partner at Peppercom, reveals five key questions to consider before taking on pro bono work. 1) Does the pro bono organization’s needs match your capabilities? If you don’t work in such areas as entertainment or retail, you wouldn’t partner with a pro bono in those fields. 2) Will the assignment allow you to perform award-winning work? Look for pro bono executives who will allow you to do what you do best.
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