Education is the most efficient way to fight social and professional exclusion. It guarantees equal chances, and contributes to making society more equitable.
True to its values, the Foundation brings its support to and promotes education as a lever for personal and collective development.
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The Michelin Corporate Foundation supported the organization of l’Usine Extraordinaire, a landmark exhibition which took place from November 22nd to 25th at the Grand Palais in Paris. This event sets out to give young people and the general public a positive image of industry by highlighting its inclusive approach in recruiting from wide social backgrounds,…
Since 1990, more than 5.5 million kindergarten and primary-level pupils have been attending these lessons in their classroom during the outstanding Week of Taste (Semaine du Goût).
In France, the Accueil des chrétiens d’Orient – Le Cyrénéen association offers hospitality to Christian families from the Middle East as they await a more lasting solution.
Created as a three-year partnership with the Michelin Corporate Foundation and Safran, the new chair at the ESCP Europe business school, “Factory of the Future”, is designed to explore the impact of the digital revolution on managerial and organisational methods in industry. Indeed, the increasing digitization which is under way in our societies brings a…
The Michelin Corporate Foundation rallied to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey, by supporting the American Red Cross.
The powerful earth tremors which shook the Marche region of Italy between August and October 2016 caused major destruction.
Restating its commitment to action in situations of humanitarian crisis, the Michelin Corporate Foundation wished to bring its support to the local population by donating to the Institut Professionale Renzo Frau in San Ginesio. This establishment is noted for two student courses, one in mechanical engineering specializing in automated systems and robotics and the other in cabinetmaking.
At Clermont-Ferrand, the CeCler association opens its doors to more than 3,500 homeless persons, asylum seekers and refugees every year.
The Michelin Corporate Foundation is involved at its side to bring help to these people who often have health problems but cannot be hospitalized.
In the face of the acute humanitarian crisis unfolding on Europe’s borders, with the influx of thousands of refugees fleeing war zones, the Michelin Corporate Foundation has restated its commitment to upholding human dignity.
The Children’s Museum of the Upstate in Greenville, South Carolina, is one of the largest children’s museums in the United States. It welcomes each year more than 195,000 visitors from across the State, as well as numerous school groups.