By Scott Shive and Amanda Stamper Just in time for the U.S. observance of Veterans Day, Lexmark has been named a Military-Friendly Employer. The distinction, a first for Lexmark, comes from a leading survey by Victory Media that recognizes companies with the strongest job opportunities and best-in-class hiring and retention programs for transitioning servicemembers and spouses seeking civilian employment. The […] Read More
What do Lexmark and Lexington Community Radio (LCR) have in common? They both share a passion for supporting science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education. Acoustic problem-solving LCR, a nonprofit organization, is a community radio station that serves the entire Lexington, Kentucky, area. Its mission is to serve the underserved on-air through talk shows. Located inside the STEAM Academy, LCR […] Read More
Editor’s note: This is the second in a series on Lexmark’s community outreach efforts. Lexmark has a long-standing commitment to support the enrichment and improvement of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education. Our partnerships with local school districts afford us the opportunity to reach and impact students at a very early age. “STEM education is vital to the future […] Read More
Written by: Scott Shive (Photo: Todd Hamblin, left, president of Lexmark Canada; Carolyn Basha, senior campaign manager at the museum; Stuart Murray, then-CEO of the museum; and George Banjavich. Photo courtesy of George Banjavich) Lexmark Canada recently donated $25,000 to the world’s first museum dedicated solely to human rights. The Canadian Museum for Human Rights opened in September in Winnipeg, Manitoba.