Oracle is dedicated to fostering the talents of employees. Whether it’s through their work for the company or in improving the lives of others, the Oracle family is committed to helping their communities and others. Here are just a few examples of the team and how they’re being recognized.
Learning at Oracle
Oracle Academy connects the next generation of scientists, engineers, and change-makers with the resources and educational tools they need to succeed. Ranging from secondary technical and vocational schools to four-year colleges and universities, Oracle Academy reaches 3.5 million students across 120 countries. Oracle CEO Mark Hurd says that education is at the core of people and productivity, and Oracle supports education in a variety of ways for both students and employees.
The Oracle Class Of program is another example of Oracle’s broader commitment to education. Created in 2013, the program brings thousands of students to Oracle every year for training in sales, networking, and leadership. Conceptualized by Oracle CEO Mark Hurd, the Class Of program has now trained over ten thousand recent college graduates.
Oracle employees around the world find time to give back to their communities, volunteering their time and talents. For example, Oracle Volunteers through Oracle Corporate Citizenship, have volunteered to help local charities and food bank organizations over the holidays to support their communities. Oracle employees also spend time with students, sharing insights and work experience to help foster growth and development for the next generation.
Interested in learning more about how Oracle employees are helping their communities? Check out #LifeatOracle for a behind-the-scenes look at how Oracle teams around the world work.