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Our Mission

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The CH2M Foundation partners with organizations in our operating countries to develop sustainable communities; to promote science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education; and to foster employee engagement.

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Our Focus Areas

We support programs that increase awareness of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) career opportunities and equip middle and high school students with the necessary skillsets to succeed in STEM careers.

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We are committed to supporting organizations that work to provide access to clean water and sanitation and develop sustainable infrastructure.

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We appreciate the passion and unique skills our employees bring to work every day. We are proud to support our employees by encouraging and rewarding skills-based volunteer service.

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Blog

Showing Love to Zambia on My Honeymoon

Aug 12

Showing Love to Zambia on My Honeymoon

Six years ago civil engineer Candice Hein spent time volunteering with Bridges to Prosperity in Zambia. When she was asked by the organization to return to assess and repair pedestrian bridges that had been built in several communities, she jumped at the chance and decided to make the trip her honeymoon! "While it isn’t very conventional, it was the most educational trip we have ever taken… and it was so rewarding for me to blend my past travels with my new partner-in-crime." Read her blog to learn more.

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Life Lessons from Nicaragua

Aug 05

Life Lessons from Nicaragua

Nearly a month after returning home from a Bridges to Prosperity trip in Nicaragua, engineer Paul McKay is still in touch with the people he met in the community of Las Brisas and reflects on the power of these relationships and what he learned from the experience.

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Inauguration Speech

Jul 13

Inauguration Speech

Paul McKay shares the speech the volunteer prepared to thank the people of Las Brisas for opening their community to the team and working alongside them to construct a 56-meter suspension bridge.

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