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Developing future generations

Guided by our founder’s belief that investments in the growth of employees and the community will lead to everyone’s success, we support programs that build skills to navigate a global economy and ignite a passion and proficiency in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Financial and employee volunteer investments span the continuum, reaching primary to post-secondary programs.

Internships

An internship with Komatsu gives you rapid development in your career. We believe that by immersing you in substantial and significant work, everyone benefits.

Junior Achievement

Junior Achievement (JA) is a global organization teaching students fiscal responsibility and entrepreneurship while fostering career exploration. Several Komatsu locations have long-standing partnerships with local schools to implement JA’s hands-on learning activities.
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Fluid Power Challenge

The Fluid Power Challenge is a math and science competition for middle school students with a focus on using hydraulic or pneumatic models to perform a specified task. For the past several years, our team in Franklin, Pennsylvania, U.S. has hosted a challenge for students from area schools.

Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day

Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day is a global day held each February, on the Thursday of Engineers Week. Designed to encourage young women to pursue STEM-focused careers, the event is just one effort aimed at increasing diversity in STEM fields overall.

Robotics and automation competitions

Investments in robotics and automation-focused organizations encourage the next generation of innovators. By investing in STEM education, both financially and through volunteer service, we invest in the innovators and leaders of the future who will continue to identify solutions to solve mining’s toughest challenges.

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