We care about our community
That’s who we are
Community involvement is about finding your passion and stepping into it. My passion and that of Chemours is to work with the community – any community – to do whatever we can to make a difference …
Chemours donated $9.8 million to our communities where we live and work.
Our 2030 goal? Investing $50 million in our communities.
We’re on track to get it done.
To increase access to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills.
To improve safety.
To create sustainable environment programs.
We want to improve lives.
Congratulations to the 2022 Fayetteville Future of Chemistry Scholarship Recipients
Q: Where do you see yourself in ten years?
Studying Mechanical Engineering
A: I plan to have established and successfully managed my own company that provides affordable clean energy to the consumer.
Studying Environmental Science
A: I see myself working in a field that allows me to be outside and constantly working in specific environments finding ways to better them.
Studying Computer Science
A: I hope to have graduated college with a degree in Computer Science. Also, becoming a successful software engineer and benefiting the world in some way.
A: I find myself established as an astrophysicist working for NASA in either D.C., Virginia, or Florida.
Studying Industrial Engineering
A: I hope to be settled into an industrial engineering job, working my way through the ranks into a leadership position while leading efforts and collaborating with others for the betterment of all benefiting both the industry and society as a whole.
Studying Animal Science
A: I see myself working alongside other veterinarians at a large-breed veterinary hospital in my local area. My goal is to gain experience as a newly graduated veterinarian before branching out to build my own practice.
Studying Engineering and Computer Science
A: I hope to be running a company in the computer science industry. I plan to specialize in human centric software and solve real world problems in the virtual landscape.
Supporting Community College
We recognize the value of Community College and the vital role it plays in preparing students for tomorrow’s science and technology-based jobs, like those at Chemours.
As a significant employer in our community, we value the relationship we have with Chemours. Chemours has supported students throughout the surrounding area by awarding scholarships to attend community colleges and universities. They have also encouraged us to apply for their community grants and supported our efforts as we develop programs for middle school students related to STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math).
Dr. Amanda Lee
President, Bladen Community College
Protecting Our Quality of Life
Chemours Neighbors’ focus on supporting our community is part of our ongoing commitment to protecting the quality of life we all enjoy. Our employees care. That’s who we are.
Community involvement is about finding your passion and stepping into it. My passion and that of Chemours is to work with the community – any community – to do whatever we can to make a difference. I feel very comfortable in saying that the “I” can become “we” and this is what “WE,” Chemours and I, are all about.