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  • France

    Inn.0tech

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    France

    Inn.0tech

    For the sixth consecutive year, we took part in this interactive experience offered to young students to encourage them to join technological trainings and change their perception of our industry. This is a unique partnership between local semiconductor industries, engineering school and university.
    Since 2015, over 390 teenagers have benefitted from this program. Especially for the girls who are under-represented in these areas. Students are 18 girls and 18 boys for each session.
    Four different high schools are involved each year: teachers, students and their parents who attend the closing ceremony.

    Tokyo Electron engineers helped in the animation of the training modules together with engineers of other participating companies through the two three days’ sessions that took place in February 2020.
    Their willingness to share their experience and their enthusiasm is a key element of the success of this programme.
    The results of the survey at the end of each session confirms the success, exceeding student’ expectations at the beginning of the session. This is also a great opportunity to develop their interpersonal skills, working in a team, meeting new people, technicians, engineers and other students, speaking in public. An unforgettable experience ….

  • Israel

    Israel Dry Etch team volunteers on Good Deeds Day

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    Israel

    Israel Dry Etch team volunteers on Good Deeds Day

    'The F28 TEL Dry Etch' team together with 3P(Third Party) employees from X tech and Retronix took part in “Good Deeds Day”, an initiative by Shari Arison, which began in Israel 13 years ago and which is now a global day that unites more than 100 countries in action for the benefit of others and the environment.

    Millions of people around the world are involved on this day to create a positive change in their environment, promoting community ties, increasing mutual trust and broadening volunteer circles.

    We decided to take part in the project and help Mrs. Zahala Tamasa, who runs the “Eshet Chayil” program - a program for the integration and advancement of Ethiopian women in the work world.

    The goal of the program is to bring women from traditional societies toward successful integration and advancement in employment.

  • England U.K.

    Crawley Christmas charity days

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    England U.K.

    Crawley Christmas charity days

    Since 2017, Tokyo Electron Europe employees in Crawley have chosen to support the Home Start CHAMS charity in the Crawley Christmas Raffle
    Home Start CHAMS has been supporting local families for over 18 years. They work to transform the life chances of the most socially excluded young children living in Crawley, Horsham and Mid Sussex.  They work with families to help parents to create a brighter future for their children.

    We also supported Christmas Jumper Day in aid of Save the Children. Employees each wase asked to donate £2 to wear their Christmas jumper to work. Christmas Jumper Day is a UK-wide event.
    Save the Children is a global, non-governmental charity which provides healthcare, education, protection and food to millions of children around the world.

  • Europe

    Children in Need

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    Europe

    Children in Need

    Tokyo Electron Europe participates in Children in Need, a charity event held in November every year to help improve the lives of sick children and children with disabilities.
    Employees bake and sell cakes within the company, and the company adds a matching amount to the money they raise, which is then donated together. During fiscal year 2020, a Funny Hats Competition was also held to build excitement for the event.

  • England U.K.

    World's Biggest Coffee Morning

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    England U.K.

    World's Biggest Coffee Morning

    Every year, TEE’s office in Crawley hosts a morning of coffee and cakes to support the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning. This is an UK-wide event in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Over £21 million was raised through the coffee morning across the UK in 2017. The TEE Crawley office donated £270 through matched donations with employees this year.

  • Ireland

    Dublin Simon Community Foundation

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    Ireland

    Dublin Simon Community Foundation

    Every year, Tokyo Electron Europe Ireland office sponsors the Applied Materials Annual Charity Golf Event in aid of the Dublin Simon Community Foundation. In 2017, We fielded 3 teams of 3 people to participate in the golf event, including managers, group leaders and senior engineers. In total, we donated a total of €4,500.
    Founded in 1969 by students in Dublin, the Dublin Simon Community Foundation provides services and support to people in the greater Dublin area who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, such as emergency accommodation, a daily soup run, outreach services, advice and information.

  • France

    CROSS ITEC-BOISFLEURY race for sick children

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    France

    CROSS ITEC-BOISFLEURY race for sick children

    Tokyo Electron Europe Grenoble office supports “CROSS ITEC-BOISFLEURY race” for sick children at Grenoble University Hospital in the two consecutive years from 2016. . The money raised from the race provides medical equipment and supports the families of hospitalized children.
    In 2017, 8 employees from our office were enrolled in the race and the company supported them with their registration and with sports jackets bearing our corporate logo.

  • England U.K.

    Saving milk bottle tops for children's toys

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    England U.K.

    Saving milk bottle tops for children's toys

    Employees in Tokyo Electron Europe Crawley office are continuing to support The Springboard Project, a community-based charity that provides inclusive play and social opportunities for families with young children and short breaks for children and teenagers with disabilities in the Crawley area.
    Employees collect plastic bottle tops which are then recycled into toys for the children to play with.

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