Late last year, in December 2019, a specially selected set of students from top Australian universities became the seventh set to complete Huawei's Seeds for the Future program, learning about China, Huawei and more.
Twenty-nine Australian university students have graduated from Huawei's three-week Chinese cultural, business and IT experience program, Seeds for the Future, the biggest group of Aussies yet.
Huawei's impressive "Seeds for the Future" program has won the prestigious ACOMMS "Services to Industry – Professional Services" Award in what is definitely a deserved win.
Huawei's flagship global corporate social responsibility programme is called "Seeds for the Future". It takes top students to China for a three-week work experience programme, and the 2017 list has been announced.
If you want to be fit, building a solidly hearty foundation is a good idea, so Fitbit and the Heart Foundation have started a new charity: FitForGood.
Microsoft and World Vision Australia have teamed up against global poverty, announcing a $4 million software donation described as World Vision's largest corporate partnership.
Multinational consulting, technology and outsourcing firm Infosys has been awarded the 2013 Ian Kiernan Award for Corporate Social Responsibility by the Australian Human Resources Institute, and iTWire sat down with its Australian head to find out what the company has done to earn it.
Symantec used its sponsorship of the Norton Hornets Nissan Factory V8 Racing Team to highlight a $300,000 donation to beyondblue. For this weekend's Bathurst 1000, one of the team's cars was renumbered from 36 to 300 to mark the software maker's pledge.
Huawei Technologies has created a $A100,000 fund for corporate social responsibility work in the Pacific Islands, with a volunteer school in the Solomon Islands receiving the first funding.
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