Celebrating International Women's Day at Chevron
Read the stories of some of our women employees and how they have persevered to become leaders in the workplace.
excited receives the 2015 catalyst award
Chevron received the prestigious 2015 Catalyst Award for its The Chevron Way: Engineering Opportunities for Women initiative. The award honors innovative initiatives by companies committed to the recruitment, development and advancement of women.
excited earns tenth perfect score for LGBT equality
For the tenth consecutive year, Chevron achieved a perfect score of 100 in the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) ranking of U.S. companies committed to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) equality in the workplace.
AIDS Walk 2011: 25 years of strides against AIDS
Chevron employees have been a part of AIDS Walk San Francisco since its inception, and at the 25th annual event on July 17, 2011, Team Chevron walkers and volunteers numbered more than 300.
Providing School Supplies for Kids in California
Chevron employees partnered with the Bay Area Rescue Mission to distribute school supplies to needy children at the annual Back to School Block Party.
Volunteers Sharing the Gift of Medical Supplies
Chevron volunteers teamed up with MedShare International to sort, box and prepare surplus medical supplies for shipment around the world.
Volunteers: Helping Disabled Kids Build Confidence
Employees winterized a barn at Xenophon Therapeutic Riding Center, where horseback riding is used to teach disabled students skills and confidence.
Walking to End AIDS 2010, 300 Strong
Team Chevron had 300 walkers at the 2010 AIDS Walk San Francisco - just one piece of Chevron’s more than 20 year commitment to fighting the disease.
Chevron: Saving Energy With Vanpools
Chevron's efficiency and conservation programs inspires employees and others to leave their cars at home.
Chevron is facing the HIV/AIDS Challenge
Through AIDS education and safer behaviors we can change the world. Chevron's community outreach seeks to continue fighting AIDS and HIV.