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Local Communities & Volunteering

ST Foundation / Local Communities & Volunteering

The ST Foundation launched the Local Communities Initiative in 2011. It aimed at creating one group of ST volunteers for each ST site. The role of a Local Community is to help the organization reach the outside communities, around ST sites, through our Digital Unify Program.
On this basis, the ST Foundation:

  • Is in touch with local STMicroelectronics Sustainable Excellence Champions and newly formed volunteers’ groups to support local Digital Unify activities.
  • Provides the hardware to set up local DU labs (typically, ST reconditioned PCs).
  • Organizes the training for new ST volunteers to become DU trainers.
  • May request volunteers’ help for other Digital Unify activities.
  • Reimburses expenses, subject to approval, which ST volunteers incur while teaching.

Who are ST volunteers?
ST volunteers are current or retired ST employees who are socially conscious individuals willing to engage part of their free time to perform socially relevant initiatives. ST volunteers are essential to the Digital Unify Program. They are involved in teaching and training new potential DU trainers, updating the training material, and assisting the Foundation in expanding the program’s reach.

How can you become a volunteer?
ST employees who want to dedicate their spare time to our activities are welcome to join. We will decide together how you can best support our program.

They can:

  • Please visit the success stories of those teams that are already working with us in the dedicated sections of the website.
    For any questions, please contact: giovanna.bottani@stfoundation.org

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