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Dell Focus Area | Communities

As a global technology provider and corporate citizen, we see firsthand how a lack of access to quality education and technology can prevent people from reaching their full potential. We apply our technology, expertise, funding and volunteerism toward helping communities overcome challenges and thrive.

Visit dell.com/communities for more information on:

Youth Learning: Dell believes that access to education and technology is not a luxury, but a necessity. That’s why we work with non-profit organizations around the world to close the learning gap and give young people the power to discover better possibilities.

Transformative IT: Transformative IT initiatives are focused on applying Dell’s technology and expertise where it can make significant progress in addressing pressing societal and environmental issues. For example, Dell is helping improve pediatric cancer treatment by advancing our technology solutions for use in precision medicine.

Social entrepreneurship: Some of today’s best ideas for societal change are coming from passionate social entrepreneurs. Dell supports these innovators in bringing their new products, technologies, and services to life.

Giving back: Dell is passionate about serving the community. Our volunteering, donation matching, and disaster relief programs help employees share their expertise and provide support to non-profit organizations.

2020 Legacy of Good Plan Annual Update website: Communities
Explore the communities section of Dell FY17 2020 Legacy of Good Plan Annual Update website:
http://legacyofgood.dell.com/communities.htm

Content from this campaign

Dell VIDEO | The Power of One Mentor
The future belongs to those who can build digital technologies — and those who can use them to solve problems. We need everyone’s participation. On International Day of the Girl, we're challenging team members, partners & leaders to spend 1 hour with a girl talking about careers in technology. Do they know technology is the backbone of business today? Are they aware of technology’s role...
Oct 20, 2017 8:45 AM ET
Cracking the Code: The Next Generation of Women in STEM
by Beth Phalen, ‎President & GM, Data Protection As a young girl, I had a natural affinity for math and science. I was also lucky enough to have early exposure to computers through close family members working in the early days of the tech industry. However, it wasn’t until my senior year of high school that I was first introduced to computer science; it was not offered in the...
Oct 18, 2017 8:45 AM ET
Dell Inc. Expects to Donate Over $14 Million Globally in STEM Education for Underserved Children This Year
$37 million donated to STEM initiatives globally since 2014 give millions of children access to the technology and resources needed to explore STEM fields On track to donate an additional $14 million to STEM initiatives this fiscal year, reaching underserved youth Power of One Mentor program challenges Dell’s team members and technology industry to dedicate day of...
Oct 16, 2017 5:10 AM ET
International Day of the Girl | 3 Dell Daughters Changing the World
It’s International Day of the Girl, the official day to celebrate Girl Power! And I’m not just talking about blasting Beyoncé’s “Who Run the World” in the car on the way to work. This day is about acknowledging the challenges girls face globally as well as heroes empowering girls to greatness. ...
Oct 11, 2017 4:25 PM ET
Austin Argonauts Study Climate Change in the Field as Citizen Scientists
Sixth-grade teacher Megan McDonald and 14-year-old student Matthew are all about bug counting. They can tell you all about why soapy water is best for collecting bugs in a cup – and how to use a microscope and a dichotomous key to identify each of the insects in your sample. If you’re into looking at bugs – McDonald and Matt are your people. Bug collecting, berry counting...
Oct 10, 2017 12:45 PM ET

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