3M and education non-profit Play Africa adapt 3M’s Science at Home series to make STEM education more accessible for the children of South Africa.
To advance its equity initiatives, 3M formed the Community Coalition - a project that will unite diverse leaders around the Twin Cities to advise 3M on how to equitably disperse a $50 million investment to address equity gaps in the community.
Scott Morris, 3M Global Diversity and Inclusion Strategist, explains his method of driving equitable change within the company and reflects on how 3M’s partnerships with North Carolina Agriculture & Technical State University (N.C. A&T) and UNCF (United Negro College Fund) are advancing the company’s equity initiatives.
3M Commercial Solutions Division partnered with the streaming series Small Business Revolution to provide design expertise and innovative products for business renovations.
The survey results and increased number of traffic collisions in many countries reaffirm 3M’s commitment to continue improving access to safe transportation and developing global safety solutions.
3M’s innovative digital printing solutions offer a simplified, customizable, and cost-effective solution to tackle the complexities of improving transportation infrastructure and mobility worldwide.
3M has set new equity-related commitments within each of their four business groups. The commitments will leverage the power of each groups’ people, products, philanthropy and partnerships.
By the end of 2025, 3M plans to create 5 million STEM and skilled trade learning experiences for underrepresented individuals. 3Mers Dr. Cristina Thomas and Jackie Berry are excited to be a part of the initiative.
The future of work isn’t necessarily a full-time return to the office. 3M’s new approach lets employees create a schedule that helps them work when and where they can most effectively.
Retired 3M chemist, Charlie Leir, became one of the company’s most decorated inventors despite going fully blind at the age of 47.