International Women in Engineering Day annually celebrates the valuable contribution of women in the engineering field. At Arrow, we encourage more young women to pursue important engineering roles as technology is integrated into all aspects of our lives and work. To mark the day, here are three engineers at Arrow whose work demonstrates how engineering makes the benefits of technology accessible to as many people as possible.
As Denny Hamlin races around the Talladega Superspeedway in Monday's race, the hood of his car will display the logo of the National Civil Rights Museum -- a move by Hamlin and his sponsor FedEx to support the ongoing fight for racial equality.
“Pride Lives On is about the fact that as a community, we keep finding ways to come together, even when things look bleak and we’re kept apart. It’s about being sure that we be ourselves, and it’s about remembering that our existence continues to be a radical act, one that can and will change the world.”
From accessing healthcare to introducing a new name and pronouns at work, transgender individuals can experience many challenges on the journey to their authentic selves. A strong support system can make those challenges easier.
by Reed Michaelsen, Senior Instructional Designer, Global Learning & Development
This month, ON Semiconductor takes the opportunity to celebrate Pride by encouraging all of our employees to celebrate themselves, each other and the qualities that make us different. In January 2020, ON Semiconductor launched its newest Affinity Network Group (ANG), Continua, a global source of advocacy, networking and education for all employees on LGBTQ+ topics. At the core of Continua is the belief that all employees, regardless of gender identity, expression or sexual orientation have one thing in common: we are human.
June 24, 2020 - Sustainable Impact is HP’s commitment to create positive, lasting change for the planet, its people, and our communities. HP meets this commitment through the actions of its employees, the technologies it designs, and the partnerships it forms to expand the reach of HP solutions to address global challenges.
A big shout-out to the world's women engineers today! I'm actually posting this on the evening of the 22nd here in CA as it's already the 23rd in Europe and Asia. Now in its seventh year, INWED is celebrated on June 23rd because it was on that date in 1919 (yes, 101 years ago) that the Women's Engineering Society was founded in Birmingham, England.
Like so many across the country, we are angered and saddened by the killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and countless others. Our Black community is hurting. Our employees and their families are hurting. Our customers and partners are hurting. It should not and does not need to be this way. We all have a responsibility to do better and to build a more just society that serves everyone equally.
AEG’s LA Galaxy and East Side Riders Bike Club recently joined forces to feed more than 1,000 members of the Watts community at the Councilman Office - Watts District Office in Los Angeles on June 16.
In addition to LA Galaxy staff, club legend and former LA Galaxy goalkeeper Kevin Hartman, prepared and served tacos alongside East Side Riders Bike Club staff and distributed team apparel to community members.
June 22, 2020 /3BL Media/ - As a global media and technology company, Comcast NBCUniversal is committed to keeping our customers, employees and communities connected to what matters most – now more than ever. We are focused on seeking new and better ways to make a positive difference through our products, technology, and entertainment experiences, and especially through our employees.