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NEC is committed to giving back to society, and we support a number of community and environmental initiatives.
NEC Australia is the largest technology services supplier in the NT with a significant remote community services arm providing ICT support by plane and road to around 90 communities. NEC Australia recognises indigenous employment and training as an important issue and through its Indigenous ICT Development Program, NEC provides ICT traineeship scholarships to senior students living in remote NT communities.
One of the keys to the success of NEC’s training program is that it's linked to real jobs across the NT. On successful completion of the traineeship, each participant is offered permanent employment with NEC or one of our regional partners.
Launched in 2008, with the support of the Northern Territory Department of Education, 18 indigenous trainees have completed the program.
NEC’s Make-a-Difference Drive is a worldwide NEC corporate initiative, where we encourage employees to take part in a diverse range of volunteer activities.
In total, more than 1,070,000 NEC employees across the world have been involved in the Make-a-Difference Drive since we set it up in 1999.
We hold the Make-a-Difference Drive during October and November. This year, NEC Australia is supporting Movember, which aims to raise vital funds and awareness for men’s health, particularly prostate cancer and depression. You can find out more about Movember at www.movember.com.au
NEC Australia’s Employee Community Grants Program enables NEC employees to apply for quarterly grants for charity organisations in which they volunteer. Employee volunteering is a global NEC corporate objective and one way NEC Australia supports and gives back to the community.
Contact NEC Marketing for all sponsorship requests & enquiries.