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Holden Employees Celebrate teamGm Cares Week

2017-09-18

More than 5,500 employees rolled up their sleeves to help our communities during the sixth annual teamGM Cares Week Sept. 11-15. Employees at GM facilities across the world volunteered at food banks and urban gardens, led STEM-related projects and built homes in developing communities. Here’s a look at what Holden Australia employees did to celebrate.

GM Celebrates Volunteerism with 6th Annual teamGM Cares Week

2017-09-11

More than 5,000 General Motors employees will donate time and talent to more than 225 community service projects across the United States during the company’s sixth annual teamGM Cares Week Sept. 11-15.

It's Time to Make a Difference

2017-08-04

As we live our company’s core value of serving and improving the communities where we live and work, this September teamGM Cares is kicking off the 6th annual teamGM Cares Week of giving and volunteerism for GM employees around the world, and you are invited to participate!

GM Employees Go the Extra Mile

2017-08-03

GM employees once again stepped up to help the Cody Rouge community last week, boarding up vacant homes, cleaning and painting at four different local schools and facilitating a STEM camp for more than 100 area children. GM employees are dedicated and committed, always going the extra mile. Helping build a strong community makes for a stronger General Motors. Watch our employees in action with this video.

Sparking Curiosity About STEM

2017-08-01

This summer, teamGM Cares partnered with Detroit Public Schools Community District to pilot a weeklong STEM camp for elementary school students in the Cody Rouge Community. Nearly 320 GM employees volunteered alongside DPSCD teachers to amplify what students are learning in the classroom and spark their curiosity around STEM education and future careers.

Educating Our Children: It Takes a Village

2017-06-13

As Alice Cooper once sang, “School’s out for summer,” and summer is pretty darn close for most of the nation’s student body. For students at Detroit Public Schools, the last day of school is still a few weeks away. But some classes at Nolan Elementary were lucky enough to have an early end-of-the-year party with GM employees. The employees have been tutoring the kids all year with the help of teamGM Cares and the organization Innovations for Learning, or more commonly referred to as TutorMate.

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