Micron team members around the globe are doing small acts of kindness during the COVID-19 crisis, making a big impact every day.
Micron manager Eri Teh has motivated thousands of Singapore coworkers to participate in charitable activities.
Regina Lawless has been appointed to the advisory council for the University of San Francisco’s trailblazing new engineering program.
Micron employee Anabil Chaudhuri, an accomplished violinist, composed the song and then recorded it at Micron in Lehi, Utah.
For two months, Viral Gosalia, senior manager for OEM Sales, delivered food to families who lost jobs after COVID-19 lockdown.
Solo Wu started the Guardians of the Earth club and recruited 30 Micron volunteers to help him patrol the Nankan River.
The COVID-19 lockdown hasn’t prevented an enterprising Micron employee from not only reaching out to those who might need help but also starting an initiative so that other Micron staff can contribute or volunteer.
Volunteering as a nurse in Italy, where coronavirus has hit hard, is just one way this team member has helped others.
The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t stopped a group of Boise team members from delivering lunches to senior citizens.
Micron team members in Boise designed and built dozens of patient shields to help protect medical staff who are treating patients sick with COVID-19 at area hospitals.
Because the entire East Kilbride team is working from home, they donated face masks to health care workers and patients.
Boise State University MakerLab is assembling protective masks and delivering them to hospitals in the Treasure Valley.
A Micron team member in Shenzhen, China, worked relentlessly to get products to a company that makes medical equipment.
A customer sales operations specialist showed initiative in helping customer who makes equipment for intensive care units.