CSN Foundation is responsible for CSN’s social responsibility initiatives, acting as a Community transformation agent through social, education, sports and cultural development. CSN Foundation perceives political discussions as important tools in the pursuit of a harmonious relationship with public authorities, companies and institutions where we do business. Accordingly, in 2019 in a partnership with the Local Government of Volta Redonda, Sebrae, Trade Associations and local businesses, we created the “Polo Gastronômico Volta Redonda” (Culinary Hub) to strengthen local economy through culinary and tourism.
with direct action from the CSN Foundation
fundamental, medium, technical and superior
for the CSN Foundation projects
by the CSN Foundation initiative
2,300 children and adolescents
attended in 2019
1,500 children and adolescents
attended in 2018
81 Circula Brasil presentations
Space of free and multidisciplinary actions, aimed at the formation and dissemination of art, education and culture.
58.751 visitors in 2019
50.516 attended in 2018
Consultancy, promotion and diffusion program for Brazilian audiovisual production, which culminated in the production of:
Aimed at the insertion of young people in the labor market and carried out in eight centers.
In 2019, attended
926 young people
Through partnering with
Socio-environmental intervention that includes lectures, events, cultural activities and workshops in schools and communities in Minas Gerais: Arcos, Belo Vale, Congonhas, Ouro Preto, Pains and Rio Acima.
The program answered
17,875 people, in actions taken
in 8 schools in 11 communities
In order to prepare students for university and the labor market, the CSN Foundation grants partial and full scholarships to the Pandiá Calógeras Technical School (RJ) and the Technological Education Center in Congonhas (MG).
In the biennium,
795 scholarship were granted
The training program that takes place at Hotel-Escola Bela Vista and Vila Buniness Hotel, in Rio de Janeiro, seeks to train young people aged 16 to 29 for the job market and their first job.
Since the beginning of the project in 2007, they have trained
1.342 young people
Scholarship program in place since 2016, implemented by the CSN Foundation and sponsored by CSN in partnership with Barnard College, New York University focused on teaching for women.
781 subscribed people
39 fellows participated in the Training Process
24 fellows took courses in English improvement and academic experience in New York
7 young people have been approved for full and partial scholarships to graduate from US universities