Fujitsu is committed to diversity, inclusion and promoting the values, skills and experience that everyone brings to the workplace. Fujitsu values the communities in which we operate and seeks opportunities to connect and contribute.
Community Reach is Fujitsu's community based program that supports Fujitsu’s corporate commitment to 'reach out' and 'connect’ with the community.
The program is supported by four pillars that aim to 'Make a Difference in Our Communities'
Fujitsu currently encourages, promotes and actively participates in Indigenous focussed community reach programs in applicable locations and plans to grow this engagement into the future. Fujitsu also recognises that there are a number of obstacles to Indigenous employment and is committed to localised initiatives to reduce barriers and disadvantage. We are committed to providing employment and training opportunities to Indigenous Australians by:
Fujitsu continues to focus on an inclusive workplace culture. Recent initiatives demonstrating our commitment to -
…building relationships with educational institutions
Fujitsu provided students at Kent Street Senior High School in Perth, with an IT Industry Experience day, encouraging careers in IT. Students received a presentation from the Service Delivery Management Team on the IT Industry, toured the Service Delivery areas in Fujitsu, and experienced `hands-on’ interactive demonstrations.
….actively participating in indigenous focussed community reach programmes
2011 Fujitsu Community Reach Volunteer Day in Perth provided 84 hours of labour to community organisations encouraging positive health choices through support to Parenting and Early Learning Centres.
Fujitsu have implemented a scholarship program in collaboration with Charles Darwin University which focuses on indigenous employment and provides opportunities for Territorians in regional and remote areas.
Scholarships are offered to indigenous Australians of the Northern Territory who wish to undertake tertiary IT studies. At the conclusion of their tertiary education, Fujitsu has made a commitment to offer employment to scholarship recipients.
In additional to tertiary scholarships, we actively host Road-show programs in association with the Australian Information Industry Association, the Australian Computer Society and other involved organisations. The program is designed to assist Northern Territory students in identifying the IT industry as a viable career option. These Road-shows provide students with exposure to the IT industry and help to develop their interest in pursuing an IT career. This plan is carried out in conjunction with the Department of Education and Training.
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