The ON Semiconductor Foundation is committed to serving the needs of communities through the investment of resources. After a conversion of ON Semiconductor’s global corporate giving and employee volunteer programs, the ON Semiconductor Foundation was established in February 2019 and became a nonprofit organization formed under the laws of the State of Arizona in January 2020, in an effort to continue the legacy of giving and volunteering in the communities where it does business and where its employees live. Its primary focus of giving is in the areas of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) Education, Health, Disaster Relief, Environment and Human Services. For further information about the ON Semiconductor Foundation, read more here.
Over the three days, attendees of the virtual course sponsored by onsemi had the opportunity to learn from female engineers and interns working at Electronics companies, as well as female lecturers and students at UKESF partner universities.
With the increasing prevalence of wildfires affecting natural ecosystems, ensuring post-fire restoration is more important than ever. Long-term recovery of fire-damaged lands is difficult to achieve naturally
ON Semiconductor’s corporate social responsibility program works to advance sustainability within the company’s own footprint and supports environment-focused organizations in the community through grant making.
Movember fundraisers are a global community of fired up Mo Bros and Mo Sisters – aka rock stars making a difference in mental health, suicide prevention, as well as prostate and testicular cancer during the month of November.
As supporters of Junior Achievement of Oregon & SW Washington, the ON Semiconductor Foundation helps provide youth in Oregon and Washington with experiential STEAM Education to prepare them for the real-world.
ON Semiconductor employees in the United Kingdom supported their local community by raising funds for Daisys Dream, supporting children and their families affected by a life-threatening illness or death of someone close to them.