On a chilly, rainy Saturday night in Kingston, Ontario, no place felt more welcoming than the tent where I and 400 other Novelis Kingston employees, retirees and special guests gathered to celebrate our plant’s 75th Anniversary event. We were honoured to have Kingston Mayor Bryan Paterson and Novelis CEO Steve Fisher in attendance to celebrate our accomplishments, our dedication to our employees and community and to commemorate this important milestone. To honour Novelis’ strong partnership and storied history in the Kingston community, Mayor Bryan Paterson presented a plaque commemorating the achievements of Novelis Kingston and made a declaration proclaiming this [...]
We use phones, email, video conferencing, even text messages, just like everyone else. But when it comes to working collaboratively as a truly global company, and supporting the communities where we operate, we at Novelis do things a little differently.
We cannot solve the world’s challenges alone. We must find allies, people from different nations and cultures who are also determined to make tomorrow better than today. And then, together, we must start somewhere. Earlier this week, high school students from the United States and Brazil collaborated to teach elementary school students in Pindamonhangaba, Brazil about science, technology, mechanics, engineering, mathematics(STEM) and physics.
Canstruction is an international non-profit food charity working to “can”struct a world without hunger. We achieve this through artistic exhibitions that capture peoples’ attentions and imaginations and bring awareness to hunger issues around the world.
As the official provider of aluminum for FIRST™ Robotics Competition kits around the world, Novelis supports the young scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians that will one day help us solve some of the world’s greatest challenges.
Some of the world’s most impactful scientists are those with a passion and a vision for creating positive change in the world. Jeromey Beaman, a recipient of the 2014 Novelis STEM Scholarships, is on track to becoming one of those scientists. A pre-med student at the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, Jeromey is pursuing a major in biology and plans to go on to practice in neonatology – a subspecialty of pediatrics focused on newborn infant care, especially for the ill or premature. We asked Jeromey a few questions about where he gets his inspiration and desire to pursue a […]
At Novelis, we bring recycling, math and science education and safety to the world through the passion and volunteerism of our employees. In 2014, our employees donated 20,626 hours of their time and $253,088 of their hard earned money to take action on issues they care about, issues that impact our future and our society. Novelis mirrored their donations with more than $3 million in corporate giving to support these actions. Novelis employees are out there making a difference every day, but here’s a glimpse into what we accomplished in just one month – our global One Novelis Volunteer Month. As you can see, at Novelis, we […]
The success of young STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) scholars like Cassie Hondro, a 2014 Novelis STEM Scholarships recipient, is what National Engineers Week, February 22-28, is all about. Cassie is a graduate of Oswego High School who has gone on to pursue her studies in engineering at the University at Buffalo. The daughter of Mark Hondro, Senior Reliability Engineer at Novelis Oswego, Cassie is excited to follow in her father’s footsteps as she pursues a career in mechanical engineering. We asked Cassie a few questions about where she gets her inspiration and desire to pursue a STEM career. […]