Our investments in education are long-term and far-reaching, and our support for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education helps communities prosper and gives everyone partnership in the process. We work to create innovative education programs that position the next generation of problem solvers to tackle the most complex challenges of the future.
If people and communities are to thrive, education and job training are of critical importance. A workforce armed with the skills needed to succeed in the jobs of tomorrow is important not only to the success of our business, but also to a country’s ability to compete in the global marketplace. We focus on improving instruction in the key subjects of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and on helping provide the career and technical training that can lead directly to well-paying jobs.
Working with our partners, we take a comprehensive approach to investments in education by getting students excited about STEM and encouraging them to pursue STEM courses and, ultimately, STEM careers. We support educational standards and proven curricula that promote project- and problem-based learning. We also support teacher training, provide classroom resources, fund outside-of-school activities, and form partnerships with universities designed to strengthen faculty, curricula and student development. In addition to helping the communities where we operate, these investments help us. Tomorrow’s Chevron engineers are today’s schoolchildren.
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U.S. students have access to project-based engineering curriculum through our partnership with Project Lead The Way
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The Chevron Readers’ Cup is a reading competition for schools, held annually by the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature in the United Arab Emirates. In 2019, the competition included over 2,000 student participants from 700 schools. Chevron provides books, supplies, prizes and staffing for the event. The competition is the world’s largest celebration of the written and spoken word in the region.
Chevron also sponsors the Dubai Walk for Education, an event to help provide quality education to children in developing countries. In 2019, more than 15,000 participants representing more than 200 nationalities walked alongside millions of children from developing countries who must walk long distances daily to attend school.
Since 1993, TCO has invested over $1.9 billion to fund social projects and programs in Atyrau Oblast for the community and employees. In 2019, TCO budgeted $25 million for Egilik social infrastructure program, the majority of which was spent on the construction of kindergartens, schools and other social facilities. In addition, TCO spent more than $2 million as part of its Community Investment Program on projects to help improve the quality of health, education and development of social entrepreneurship in both the Atyrau and Mangistau Oblasts.
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Since 2018, Chevron Brazil supports the project Transforming the Present and Building for the Future in S?o Jo?o da Barra municipality, the location of our company’s shore base. In partnership with Instituto Alian?a, the project has focused on ninth-grade students in public education with the short-term/mid-term goals to reduce the student dropout rates and improve school performance indices.