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lora_phillips | 27 Feb 2013 | 0 comments

On Monday, Symantec announced more than $1 million in education grants to nonprofit organizations around the globe. Over the next couple weeks, we'll feature the perspectives of some of our nonprofit partners in this space. Today we hear from NPower, an organization providing IT services and training to nonprofits, schools, and young adults.


We applaud Symantec for their commitment to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education, announced earlier this week in celebration of International Corporate Philanthropy Day. In their Fiscal Year 2013, Symantec granted $1 million to nonprofits working in  STEM and literacy...

Cecily Joseph | 25 Feb 2013 | 2 comments

Today, Symantec is announcing more than $1 million in grant funding to education-focused initiatives. Education – particularly science, technology engineering, and math education, as well as equal access to education around the globe – is a strong focus for Symantec. In addition to the corporate grants we are announcing today, employees at more than 26 office locations around the world are supporting local education initiatives – volunteering in classrooms, building libraries, acting as science fair mentors, and much more.

Some of these relationships are new ones for Symantec, reflecting our growth in this space and our maturation as a global company. Others are long-standing partners with whom we’ve worked for many years, establishing joint goals and executing programs around the globe. These latest grants give us an opportunity to deepen our engagement with these partners, to more fully apply our resources in terms of employee time and talent, and...

Symantec Corp. | 16 Apr 2012 | 14 comments

by Kelly Killingsworth, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Education Services, Symantec


Symantec Education Services is proud to announce that our training courses will now be available on tablets.

This new wave of technology removes printed training material from the classroom and provides that same material electronically to students via a tablet, which Symantec will provide for the duration of the class.  PDF versions of the textbooks are transferred to the classroom tablets.  The students can annotate their documents and transfer the files to their home office at the end of class. No need to lug around a textbook anymore! Another fantastic part is we are cutting back on paper which in turn made the course much more environmentally friendly and cost effective. 

We have received positive feedback during our pre-launch of this new project.

The mix of Symantec staff and customers who attended the course gave very positive...