WWTP proposes to Universities the idea of a new academic program. The course or program elected for creation is Legacy in Integrity. Funding for this project is a $5,000.00 donation to your University from WWTP and Mr. Robert Carroll along with the donation of 1400 organic cotton tee-shirts purchased from www.nuevavidafairtradezone.org, and the rights to the company and to direct the two(2) trademarks developed Women Wearing The Pants® and The Fair and Free World Trading Company®. This program would be offered to professional students at your university for areas of study in Humanities and / or Business. The participation in this program of study is to receive academic credit for the real formation of an apparel product in which all proceeds from the sale of these items go toward the continued funding for the course or program and charities benefitting women in low income households. The preamble of the class is to strengthen the ideals of integrity. The curriculums focus is to initiate change in the belief of business success as an individual purpose and spotlight the realization of business success for the betterment of community and society.
Proposed in this example document are the goals of organizations Women Wearing the Pants® and The Fair & Free World Trade Company® to collaborate with Duke University in producing an academic program that platforms business mantra as a legacy of integrity. The organization of the program is for students to receive academic credit for their participation in the formation of an apparel product that can be sold in stores. All proceeds made from these products goes to continued funding for the program and helping women in low income households. In addition to receiving a real business experience, the graduates of Duke University who participate in this course or program and become the next business entrepreneurs or businessman of tomorrow endorse the perception of social responsibility.