Employee engagement in communities

Employee engagement in communities

IBMers in action: Contributing time and talent to the global community

Service and volunteering have always been essential elements of what it means to be an IBMer. In addition to facilitating employee cash donations in some parts of the world, IBM supports and enables structured volunteering that leverages our industry-leading technologies and the unique expertise of one of the world’s most accomplished and sophisticated workforces.

Learn more in our 2014 Corporate Responsibility Report. 

Content from this campaign

Global Marathon: Empowering Women and Girls in STEM
There has never been a better time for women and girls to set their sights of careers in STEM. In the Huffington Post, IBM Corporate Citizenship executive and 2016 Global Marathon Chair Diane Melley writes about women’s progress in STEM industries, the challenges that remain, and how this year’s Global Marathon...
Mar 9, 2016 9:00 AM ET
From Seoul to Kathmandu: The Power of Volunteers for Development
On the heels of the U.N.’s adoption in late September of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for 2030, an Asia Pacific volunteering alliance recently convened a forum for hundreds of youth and development partners from northeast Asia at the Korea Council on Foreign Relations in Seoul. After the Seoul convening, which launched the Northeast Asia volunteering initiative, I...
Dec 2, 2015 9:00 AM ET
Challenging What's Possible in Pro Bono Service
At the height of last year’s Ebola outbreak, the citizen engagement team at IBM Connections in Sierra Leone put their talents in technology to work, creating a way for citizens to report Ebola-related issues and concerns via text or voice calls. The people behind the project – which provided real-time insight to the government and helped health care companies...
May 29, 2015 5:00 PM ET
Volunteer Excellence Awards Honor IBM's Culture of Service
Each year, IBM bestows the Volunteer Excellence Award – the company’s highest form of volunteer recognition (our CEO level recognition) – on those individuals or teams who best personify IBM’s Culture of Service. This award is highly competitive. Winners are selected from more than 265,000 IBM volunteers in 120 countries. The award underscores our commitment to the communities in which we live...
Apr 1, 2015 1:00 PM ET