By Lisa Doctrow After more than 1,800 hours of construction by about 100 Lexmark volunteers, a Lexington family has received the keys to their new home. Lexmark’s 20th corporate-sponsored Habitat for Humanity house was dedicated last week in North Lexington. Construction began in mid-May and continued just about every Friday and Saturday until the home was recently completed.
On Saturday, June 27, 180 students and 175 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) professionals, volunteers, speakers and committee members attended the Youth Science Summit at Lexmark’s headquarters in Lexington, Ky. Created by the Science Center’s Youth Infusion Board, the Youth Science Summit provides a platform for middle and high school students to discuss hot science topics, interact with leading […] Read More
At both the company and individual level, Lexmark has been a long-standing supporter of the YMCA of Central Kentucky and was recently named as the 2014 Community Impact Award winner during the YMCA of Central Kentucky’s 162 year celebration of community support, volunteerism and healthy living. In 1998, Lexmark donated 20 acres of land, at that time valued at more […] Read More
Sanjana Rane presenting her science fair project to Lexmark engineers. Ten high school-aged scientists recently gathered at Lexmark’s headquarters in Lexington, Kentucky, to garner feedback from Lexmark engineers in preparation for the upcoming Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF). The students are among the 23 state and regional winners of the 2015 Kentucky Science and Engineering Fair who […] Read More