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.
Teachers and students use LanSchool Air distance learning technology — donated by Lenovo — to adapt to the challenges of education during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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’s Jie Yu explores how businesses can thoughtfully transition to remote work and empower employees, both during and after the COVID-19 crisis.
Lenovo donated hundreds of PCs to students and teachers in Milan and elsewhere in Italy to maintain education continuity and empower schools.
Earth Day underscores Lenovo’s ongoing intent to build a more inclusive, trustworthy, and sustainable society for everyone, everywhere.
Through an ongoing commitment closed-loop post-consumer plastics and integrating recycled goods into products, Lenovo is building a more sustainable future.
Franciscan monks and volunteers work together to provide tens of thousands of meals to the Brazilian community during the COVID-19 crisis.
Lenovo CEO Yuanqing Yang donates smart devices and data cards to students who otherwise would be unable to join online learning classes across China.
Lenovo, LanSchool, Microsoft and Google, have created free and available resources to make distance learning as seamless and engaging as possible.
As authorities raced to build hospitals in response to COVID-19, Lenovo donated computers, tablets, printers, and infrastructure support to make them operational.
As a diverse, global company, Lenovo has a unique opportunity and responsibility to support our communities through donations, technology, and expertise during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Lenovo’s CEO on the novel coronavirus, giving back to communities, taking care of employees and customers, and the empowering role of technology.
Lenovo collaborated with students at the Savannah College of Art and Design to challenge its to create a device that sparks every child’s interest in STEAM.
Researchers at BGI Genomics will use powerful supercomputers to analylze massive amounts of patient genome data in the hunt for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Lenovo’s Vitalie Palanciuc joins a daring voyage through Antarctica to study the effects of climate change on micro-organisms.
Meet Henry Wanyoike, a blind professional athlete who spends his time advancing STEM education for kids in Kenya when he’s not breaking world records.
See how Lenovo’s Motorola Skills Academy trains India’s current and emerging workforce in skills such as laptop and mobile repair, customer service and more