Employee and Community Engagement

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Employee and Community Engagement

At MilliporeSigma, we look for opportunities to use employee and community engagement to spark scientific curiosity and breakthroughs. We know that not all people have access to the advancements in public health that have come through innovations in life science. We also know that tomorrow’s innovations depend on the next generation of scientific explorers. This is why we focus our community engagement in two primary areas: supporting today’s scientists to accelerate access to health through scientific research and inspiring curiosity in the next generation of scientists through science education.

Our community engagement efforts include SPARK—a global, skills-based volunteer program that allows MilliporeSigma employees to leverage their diverse talents, skills and experiences to give back to the communities in which they live and work. We also created the Curiosity Labs™ program to bring the expertise of our employees and access to hands-on, interactive science lessons to classrooms around the world.

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Curiosity Cube Brings Science to Life for Sacramento Kids
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KCRA) —Science was brought to life for some Sacramento kids on Wednesday. Watch on KCRA 3 News
Jun 14, 2018 9:45 AM ET
Curiosity Cube Makes EPiC Appearance
LIBERTY — EPiC Elementary School was one of only two schools in Missouri to receive a visit from MilliporeSigma's Curiosity Cube. "The Curiosity Cube is a retro-fitted shipping container that we have turned into a mobile science lab that travels all over the country and Canada to elementary and middle schools with the sole purpose of sparking curiosity in the future generation," said...
Jun 12, 2018 9:25 AM ET
Students Step Into the Curiosity Cube
ELVERTA -- Alpha Middle School in Elverta is known for its academics and its baseball squad. From the outside, the school looks like any other but something different is making the campus stand out. That's where the Curiosity Cube comes in. See the Curiosity Cube in action. 
Jun 8, 2018 9:15 AM ET
Mobile Science Lab Visits EPiC Elementary School
LIBERTY, Mo. — A mobile science lab, called the Curiosity Cube, stopped at EPiC Elementary School on Tuesday. Watch the video online at KMBC
May 25, 2018 10:10 AM ET
Mobile Science Lab Sparks Curiosity in Hawthorn Students
To immerse even more young minds in the world of science, MilliporeSigma launched the Curiosity Cube in 2017. “It’s exciting to see these experiences being made available to even more students,” says Victoria May, executive director of the ISP. “Too many students get to high school without the confidence to tackle STEM subjects or an awareness of the opportunities waiting for them in...
May 18, 2018 9:50 AM ET

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