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Company Updates

  • This summer, 3M's Optimized Operations (O2) interns will be working at key 3M facilities that are manufacturing and distributing products for those fighting COVID on the frontlines. Meet three of these bright interns and learn how they hope to make an impact.

  • 3M was recently ranked fifth on Woman Engineer Magazine's list of Top 50 Workplaces! Meet four inspiring female engineers working on the front lines of the COVID crisis at 3M.

  • 3M is continuing its support of the LGBTQI+ community by signing on to the Human Rights Campaign Business Coalition for the Equality Act. Learn more about the Equality Act and why 3M is supporting the U.S. federal legislation.

  • Juneteenth is a day that deserves greater visibility and action. Here are a few ways that 3M is encouraging 3Mers to celebrate and bring awareness to this historically significant day in U.S. history.

  • Bringing our full selves to work is easier said than done, but it can be a little easier when the company you work for supports all aspects of every individual. For 3Mer Jaymie, a trans woman with severe rheumatoid arthritis and rainbow-colored hair, her journey has and continues to be positive in large part because of the deeply supportive culture she says she’s experienced at 3M. Check out her story.

  • “We’ve been able to create awesome and engaging virtual projects and activities for our undergraduate and MBA interns.” Check out how 3M's Finance team was able to adapt its internship program to a virtual format during COVID19.

  • Happy Pride!

  • Since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, 3M has been intentional about listening to employees, especially those in our African American community. This time of reflection fostered greater solidarity and provided us with better clarity on our next steps as a company. It also inspired actions to accelerate social justice, help our communities rebuild, demand police reform and combat racism.

  • Diversity and inclusion are key to innovation, but they don’t just happen. The path to real change starts with small, impactful actions. Learn five ways you can power an inclusive culture in your workplace, one action at a time.

  • Jaymie talks about being her full self at 3M.

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