Motorola Mobility Foundation enables and drives innovation to improve the communities where we live and work.
Motorolans are partnering with Citizen Schools to teach low-income students STEAM (science, technology, education, arts and math) curricula and expose them to new career paths.
This fall, hundreds of Motorola employees partnered with Chicago Cares to give back to our community by engaging in service projects around Chicago.
As a founding sponsor of 1871, Chicago’s premier startup incubator, Motorola Mobility Foundation activates employees to mentor and assist entrepreneurs.
Motorola Mobility Foundation created a student competition to design hardware, software, or combined technology to solve a community problem or help make the world more accessible to people with disabilities. More than 100 Chicago-area students participated.
Motorola Mobility Foundation worked with the Cove School to launch a STEAM (science, technology, education, arts and math) pilot. This program introduces students with complex learning disabilities to engineering, robotics, software, and design basics.
The Chicago Public Library’s Maker Lab offers access to free workshops and state of the art digital design equipment such as 3D printers, laser cutters, and milling machines.
Motorola Mobility Foundation seeks to catalyze the innovative use of technology to improve lives and communities. We do this by leveraging employee expertise and talent, providing funding, and partnering with nonprofits, learning institutions, startups, government, corporate and civic organizations.