2011 Teradata Cares Overview

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  • Since the launch of Teradata Cares, the participation has been tremendous. As a quick reminder, there are a number of programs available to our associates. Our Volunteer Policy allows associates 1 day per quarter to volunteer in your local community, with manager approval. This is a great opportunity to participate in causes that you are passionate about. With our Dollars for Doers program, i f there is a charity you volunteer over 50 hours a year to, you can apply for a Dollars for Doers grant. As stated before, Teradata supports not only company led events but also individual volunteerism. Community Service Grants provide another opportunity for you to get funds to a local charity. If there is a volunteer opportunity you would like to participate in, and you get 4 or more employees to do the project with you, you can apply for a Community Service Grant to support the project or cause. As we do every year in August, we are now in our Annual Days of Caring. Last year over 800 associates participated in 55 projects in 25 cities. This year, we hope to engage over 1000 and you are all invited to engage in community service in your local community. Even if you are not in an office, you can participate. Our goal is to have Teradata giving back in every city! Lastly, I did want to mention that we do recognize excellence in volunteerism each year with our Celebration of Caring Awards. Each November, we encourage you to submit nominations highlighting the great work done by individuals, teams and offices. You can submit yourself or someone else for their volunteerism and dedication. All of these programs are available to associates of Teradata.
  • In conclusion, I wanted to thank all of you for the great work you are doing. Please know that the emails, photos and stories of your projects make me so proud to be a part of Teradata and I hope that sharing some of your work today will inspire others to join us! Thank you!

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  • 1. Teradata Community Relations
  • 2. Agenda
    • Background on Teradata Cares
    • Strategic Focus
    • Teradata Cares Programs
      • Teradata Giving
      • Employee Engagement
  • 3. Community Relations Timeline
    • October 2007
    • Teradata Corporation spins off from NCR
    • Teradata employees engaged for input
    • March 2008
    • Input led to the creation of Teradata Cares
    • May 2008
    • Program launches to all employees
    • January 2009
    • Volunteer efforts in 8 cities in 3 countries
    • January 2010
    • Efforts grow to 35 cities in 14 countries
    • January 2011
    • Program is now in over 40 cities in 19 countries
  • 4. Strategic Focus
    • At Teradata, our corporate giving resources and employee-volunteer talents are focused on three key priorities
      • Improving Youth Education
        • Building tomorrow’s technologists and business leaders to understand the immense possibilities that technology provides in all facets of life
      • Helping the Environment
        • Supporting sustainability through conservation, restoration, and beautification programs
      • Strengthening Neighborhoods and Communities
        • By providing a framework to empower our valued associates in addressing needs in their own locations and areas of personal interest
    Our global focus is on education via Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) initiatives
  • 5. Why STEM?
    • Global Focus on Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics “STEM”
      • Effectively aligns Teradata’s Community Relations with our core objective of Raising Intelligence
      • Develops student interest in technology subjects that lead to future workforce for both Teradata and our customers
      • Provides strong linkage into Teradata University Network, existing program aimed at collegiate level
      • Allows opportunities for employees to engage with students in local communities
  • 6. Teradata Cares Giving and STEM
    • Building Technologists of Tomorrow
    • Teradata Supports FIRST
    • Support of 16 high school teams in California, Georgia, Ohio, North Carolina and South Carolina
    • Sponsorship of Ohio FIRST Lego League state programs
    • Teradata FIRST Scholarships awarded to graduating seniors in STEM fields
    • Additional STEM Programs
    • Change the Equation – sponsor of US national initiative
    • Computer Literacy/Education programs in Egypt, India, Pakistan and Poland
    • Science Programs, Fairs & Girls in IT programs
    For more on FIRST: www.usfirst.org .
  • 7. Employee Engagement Programs
    • Teradata Volunteer Policy
      • Employees receive 1 day per quarter to volunteer
    • Volunteer Grants
      • Dollars for Doers - Volunteer 50+ hours to apply for a grant
      • Community Service Grants – Teams of 5 qualify for a project grant
    • Annual Days of Caring – Every August
      • Employees are invited to engage in local community service
      • 2009 results - 800 employees completed 55 projects in 25 cities
    • Celebration of Caring Awards
      • Outstanding Volunteerism is
      • recognized annually across the globe
    • 2010 Teradata volunteerism:
    • 260 projects completed
    • 11,291 hours
    • 6870+ participants
    • 3665 Teradata employees
  • 8. 2011 Participating Cities
    • Atlanta
    • Bogota
    • Buenos Aires
    • Chicago
    • Columbia
    • El Segundo
    • Mexico City
    • Miamisburg
    • Minneapolis
    • Peachtree City
    • NYC
    • Raleigh
    • Rancho Bernardo
    • Reston
    • Toronto
    • Auckland
    • Beijing
    • Canberra
    • Dusseldorf
    • Giza
    • Gurgaon
    • Hyderabad
    • Islamabad
    • Istanbul
    • Karachi
    • Kuala Lumpur
    • London
    • Melbourne
    • Mumbai
    • Prague
    • Singapore
    • Sydney
    • Tokyo
    • Warsaw
  • 9. Our Employees Inspire!
    • Teradata associates around the globe are there for their communities!
  • 10. Want to learn more?
    • For more details:
    • Visit the Teradata Cares homepage on Teradata.com
    • http://www.teradata.com/t/community-relations
    • Questions?
    Susan Baxley Director of Community Relations [email_address] 678-577-5810