Investing in the communities where we live and work
From supporting education at the grassroots level to combatting infectious diseases on a global scale, we are committed to investing in the communities in which we live and work. The following are just a few examples of the ways in which we endeavor to make positive and lasting contributions to people’s lives.
Supporting math and science education in the U.S.
We think all kids should be excited about math and science and the opportunities that will be available to them once they have that knowledge. That’s why we have invested in a variety of programs to advance math and science and close achievement gaps for underrepresented students.
Helping Combat COVID-19
ExxonMobil is committed to being part of the solution to combat the global COVID-19 pandemic and has focused efforts on fueling, protecting and funding the front line. In addition to our corporate initiatives, the nearly 12,000 Exxon™- and Mobil™-branded stations in the U.S. are doing great things in their local communities.
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Be an Engineer
We're on a mission. Our nation needs more students who are college and career ready in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Be An Engineer is the first in a series of efforts supported by ExxonMobil to inspire students to pursue careers in STEM.
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Exxon and Mobil are committed to supporting math and science programs in our nation’s schools, which lead to aha moments in the real world.
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The National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI)
ExxonMobil is a founding member of NMSI which focuses on increasing Advanced Placement (AP) math and science exam rates.
Introduce a Girl to Engineering
Employees act as role models and lead hands-on activities connecting math and science to real-life applications. The goal is to interest girls in a future career in engineering. Right now only 14% of engineering positions in the U.S. are held by women and yet women represent half of the workforce.
Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp
ExxonMobil partnered with former astronaut Bernard Harris to create a science camp for underrepresented and underserved middle-school students, to encourage diversity in the science and technology fields.
Volunteering in the community
To encourage employees to volunteer with charitable organizations in their local communities, ExxonMobil grants time off work for volunteering and makes a $500 donation to the organization on the employee’s behalf for every 20 hours spent volunteering. Some of the organizations our employees give their time to include United Way, Habitat for Humanity and Junior Achievement.
Global support for malaria prevention and control
Recognizing the devastating impact of malaria in some of the international communities where we work, ExxonMobil joined with nonprofit organizations in the fight against this deadly disease in 2000. Since then, malaria programs funded by ExxonMobil have reached more than 124 million people. Our support has helped distribute more than 13.5 million bed nets, 2.1 million doses of antimalarial treatments and 2.2 million rapid diagnostic kits, as well as trained more than 400,000 health workers.
Energy to take you further
Learn more about ExxonMobil, including milestones in our history and our ongoing commitment to environmental performance and supporting local communities.Learn more
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Careers and workforce
From joining our U.S. head office to being part of our global team, ExxonMobil is a dynamic and exciting place to work.Learn more
Become a Branded Wholesaler
Learn about building a successful business by distributing Exxon™ and Mobil™ fuel and/or owning your own Exxon™ or Mobil™ gas station(s).Learn more