Lenovo executives participated in two virtual sessions this week at the 2020 Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society’s global meeting.
At the 2020 Women’s Forum global meeting, Lenovo leaders share the need for a diverse, inclusive workforce to build real solutions for all.
For the fourth consecutive year and despite the global pandemic, 52 Lenovo offices around the world united to make a global impact.
See how volunteer-led projects use technology and STEM education to help build the next generation of leaders in North and South America.
Employees Zacaria Harris and Jane Govindsamy lead volunteer efforts in South Africa and North America to support access to STEM education and technology.
Lenovo’s Jane Govindsamy visited St. Monica’s Child and Youth Care Centre to deliver donations and visions for the future.
Lenovo employees re-engineered their annual outreach to ensure their ability to give back and community members’ safety is not hindered by COVID-19.
Lenovo’s Rich Henderson, Director of Global Education Solutions, announces Children on the Edge as the Education category winner in AbilityNet’s 10th annual Tech4Good Awards.
Lenovo’s Vitalie Palanciuc joined a voyage to Antarctica to help researchers collect samples to measure the impact of global warming.
As the speed of technology moves faster and companies compete to create the next innovative product, society witnesses the promise and possibilities of technology – but not without challenges for under-represented groups.
Lenovo is a proud sponsor of AbilityNet’s 2020 Tech4Good awards, recognizing organizations and individuals who use digital technology to improve the lives of others and make the world a better place.
We’re transforming education, from e-learning platforms to empower teachers to improved access for students from minority communities.
Lenovo’s helps Indigenous Reading Project (IRP), a project focused on reducing the literacy gap expand its services to Indigenous students.
Migracode acts as a bridge between the demand for skilled people in the tech sector and an often-overlooked community eager to work in the tech industry.
Facing the challenges of COVID-19 and remote outreach, Lenovo’s 2020 interns found new digital ways to engage with and help communities.
In response to COVID-19, Lenovo worked with USCRI to deliver laptops to students across North Carolina for distance learning.
To address the coronavirus outbreak, Lenovo donated thousands of devices and other essential supplies to students, hospitals and NGOs across Central and South America.
Motorola teams developed a software solution to monitor COVID-19 patients after they leave the Unicamp Hospital de Clínicas in Campinas, Brazil.
Two non-profits in India, CLT and Meghshala Trust, launched a tech-driven plan to empower teachers and keep children learning during COVID-19.
Lenovo teams across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa rallied to support communities impacted by COVID-19, from students to healthcare workers.
Facing travel restrictions, new safety protocols, and unprecedented need from businesses and healthcare facilities, Lenovo’s Wuhan engineers leapt into action.
Using a flexible and efficient global supply chain, Lenovo teams give N95 masks to COVID-19 frontline workers in China, the U.S., and across the globe.
Lenovo donated hundreds of PCs to students and teachers in Milan and elsewhere in Italy to maintain education continuity and empower schools.