16 August 2018

Summer Camp at Lenovo: Mars Expeditions, Hockey, and Rebuilding PCs

A group of enthusiastic students with autism refurbished PCs, explored the (virtual) surface of Mars and depths of the ocean, and played floor hockey with the Carolina Hurricanes.
01 August 2018

Skilling and Transforming India’s Next Gen Workforce

We interviewed Viswanat Baminee, Director of Legal & Company Secretary at Lenovo India, to learn about this hands-on training program to help underserved communities, provide valuable training and education, and ultimately address India’s unemployment problem. 
18 July 2018

A Daring Two-Wheeled Journey to the Edge of the Earth

Motorcycle enthusiast (and Lenovo employee) Mike Ferrell is about to embark on the off-road adventure of a lifetime. And there’s a man high in the mountains of Mongolia whose world may never be the same.

13 July 2018

Passion for Problem Solving: How One Lenovo Employee’s Determination Helps Save the Ocean and Drives Technology Adoption

Nicole Nason, award-winning surfer and star Lenovo associate, shares her inspiring story of community impact. Whether its supporting ocean conservation or empowering her world through technology, Nicole is on a never-ending quest to make a difference. 
21 June 2018

No Excuses Club: The Endless Perseverance of Massimiliano Sechi

“I was told I would never have a girlfriend, a job, or be able to drive,” says Massimiliano “MacsHG” Sechi. “Every challenge I’ve conquered is a direct result of someone telling me, ‘You can’t do that.’” Born in Sardinia, Italy with phocomelia — a rare congenital deformity in which limbs are underdeveloped or absent — the 31-year-old motivational speaker and founder of the No Excuses Club is used to hearing the word “No.”
21 June 2018

Using Technology to Improve the Lives of People with Down Syndrome

Down syndrome is a genetic disorder that can touch the lives of anyone, anywhere. Caused by a mismatch in chromosomes, Down syndrome impacts 1 in every 1,000-1,100 births around the world, according to World Health Organization (WHO). Though Down syndrome is prevalent around the globe, there is still low awareness and understanding of Down syndrome in some areas of the world, creating lack of experience and resources to support individuals in need.
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