IBMers have desire and talent. The IBM Volunteers program has the resources. Together, let's help the world!
IBMers have a rich history of volunteering. The company’s culture of giving continues to attract and inspire employees dedicated to improving the lives of others.
As IBM reinvents itself in the era of AI and cloud, we continue to broaden the ways we use technology to drive social impact. For volunteering, that means cross-enterprise coordination of campaigns, individual service, and opportunities for donating money.
Whether you’re a recent arrival or a longstanding member of the IBM community, we have the resources you need to make a lasting impact.
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News & Stories
Learn more about what IBM employees and retirees are doing in their communities and around the world.
IBM employees in Japan create successful P-TECH pilot program for Tokyo Metropolitan Board of Education
IBM volunteers in Japan worked with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government to show how the P-TECH learning model can succeed in the country's education system.
IBM employees acknowledged for volunteer work with Austin-based nonprofits during 2020 Summer of Service
During the 2020 Summer of Service, IBM volunteers worked with nonprofits in Austin, Texas to help them maximize their impact on the community amidst a global pandemic.
IBM volunteers in India create webcast series to help students earn academic credits during pandemic
When schools in India were forced to switch to online classes during the pandemic, a team of dedicated IBM volunteers developed a series of informative webcasts to help students continue to earn academic credits.
IBM employee recognized for outstanding work with young volunteers in Turkey
IBM volunteer Derya Sel Bozkurt receives recognition for her work with Toplum Gönüllüleri Vakfı (TOG), a program in Turkey that promotes social peace through youth volunteer programs.
IBM volunteer spearheads STEM education program to empower young women and address gender gap in cybersecurity
IBM volunteer Heather Ricciuto receives recognition for her work with CyberDay4Girls, a program that aims to bring more women to the field of cybersecurity.
Whether you’re just getting started volunteering, or looking for tips on working with particular types of organizations or audiences, IBM Volunteers has a range of resources to help.