We care for our team members and our global communities. Learn more about Micron’s commitment to help those disproportionately affected by COVID-19 and other ways we are supporting our worldwide communities.
We continue to take proactive measures to protect our team and are applying the full strength and resources of Micron’s business to support our communities worldwide.
We’re taking a phased approach in bringing team members back to on-site work through our workplace and team member readiness plans. Our priority is to make sure the work environment continues to be safe for everyone.
Thank you to our extraordinary 37,000 Micron team members around the globe. These unprecedented times have brought unforeseen challenges on businesses, but more importantly on people and families. Our team has responded with professionalism and care, and we will come back together stronger than ever.
We believe that the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 situation warrants applying an abundance of caution. Learn more about the health and safety protocols available for team members, customers, suppliers, contractors and visitors.
Micron plans to commit $35 million to help those disproportionately affected by COVID-19 by launching a new $10 million relief fund, increase employee gift matching, and introduce team member financial assistance. Micron will also provide in-kind support by accelerating payments to small business suppliers, and donating facilities and supplies for emergency medical response.
Micron Technology, Inc., today announced several donations totaling over 2.5 million Singapore dollars from its Micron Foundation COVID-19 Relief Fund to support Singapore communities through the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic.
Micron Technology, Inc., a global leader in memory and storage solutions, today announced it provided $1 million to support underserved communities disproportionately affected by the coronavirus.
On June 4, 2020, Micron announced the UV Robot Design Challenge to address the growing need for reliable, low-cost ultraviolet-light robotic solutions that can help automate disinfection and potentially combat the spread of COVID-19 and other diseases.
Micron Technology, Inc., a global leader in memory and storage solutions, today announced a US$200,000 (180,000 euros) donation from its Micron Foundation COVID-19 Relief Fund to support Germany in the battle against COVID-19.
Micron Technology, Inc., a global leader in memory and storage solutions, today announced an 11.4 million yen ($106,500) donation to assist children and families affected by the spread of COVID-19 in Japan.
Micron Technology, Inc. today announced a NT$8 million (US$267,000) donation to assist Taiwan’s underprivileged families in battling the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Micron Foundation will collaborate with Protezione Civile to help purchase personal protective equipment, such as masks, sanitizer, protective suits, gloves and glasses for hospitals, health care professionals and local volunteers across the country.
Micron Technology, Inc. (Nasdaq: MU), today announced a 7.5 crore rupees (nearly $1 million) donation from its Micron Foundation COVID-19 Relief Fund to assist the nation in battling the spread of COVID-19.
Micron Technology, Inc. (Nasdaq: MU), today announced a 2.6 million ringgit (USD $600,000) donation from its Micron Foundation COVID-19 Relief Fund to support the Malaysian community during the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic.
Micron President and CEO Sanjay Mehrotra provided an update on our response to the COVID-19 pandemic in this Idaho Statesman newspaper op-ed.
On March 27, 2020, Micron executives shared an update on the business during the COVID-19 pandemic in our second quarter of fiscal 2020 financial results. View the press release, presentation and prepared remarks for more information.
EVP, Global Operations Manish Bhatia and CVP and Singapore Country Manager Chen Kok Sing recently shared with The Edge Singapore how Micron is ensuring business continuity and actively adapting to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Manish Bhatia, Micron Executive Vice President of Global Operations was interviewed by the Nikkei Asian Review and discussed Micron’s actions for its team members and the impact of COVID-19 globally and locally.
Vice President and General Manager of Micron Xi’an Stella Zhu spoke with 21st Century Business Herald about how Micron adopted a series of measures to mitigate the impact of the pandemic early on. (China - 简体中文)
Micron CEO Sanjay Mehrotra spoke with Liz Claman on Fox Business about the new demands because of coronavirus and how nearly half of Micron employees are working remotely to help flatten the curve.
Our Pulling Together leadership interview series explores how Micron is providing a safe environment for team members, giving back to our communities and maintaining business operations during these unprecedented times.
Micron’s head of talent acquisition discusses how her team isn’t letting the pandemic stop them from attracting diverse talent for Micron’s global workforce.
Micron’s chief business officer talks about the market shifts that we’re seeing as we adapt to a social distancing world.
Micron’s leader of Technology and Products discusses how Micron’s early response to the COVID-19 pandemic is paying dividends in our communities in Idaho.
Micron’s chief business officer discusses how Micron is keeping critical infrastructure going while putting our people and communities first.
Micron’s leader of global manufacturing discusses how Micron is putting our people first, yet still keeping our factories humming.
Micron’s leader of Worldwide Sales shares how we’re working with our customers to keep the world moving during the pandemic.
Micron’s leader of Diversity, Equality & Inclusion shares the benefits and challenges of the times as they relate to bringing “our authentic selves” to work.
Hear what our Virginia VP and site director has to say about operating a memory facility in these challenging times.
Micron team members around the globe are doing small acts of kindness during the COVID-19 crisis, making a big impact every day.
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.
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.
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.
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.
We are applying the full strength and resources of Micron’s business to support our communities worldwide.
Transitioning to an environment where we are newly working from home, and managing our children being home at the same time, means we are going to be facing some unique challenges. These tips and tricks (plus included PDF of activities) to building out a productive day at home will help you navigate this new environment and even have some fun too.
A variety of activities, printable worksheets, craft ideas, games and online to help keep your kids busy while you’re working from home.
We’ve compiled a list of free virtual Science Technology Engineering and Math resources for education and fun. Enjoy the virtual adventures.