More than 90 employees of Tenaris in Argentina -joined by their family and friends- volunteered to carry out renovation work for the national park "Ciervo de los Pantanos" in Campana, Buenos Aires. The protected area was established in 2018 to preserve the wetland ecosystem of the region. Its name refers to the biggest mammal found in the area, the Blastocerus dichotomus, the largest of the cervids in South America.
Following 10 years of continuous investments in technical education in Romania, Tenaris aims to enhance learning by placing an even greater focus on the factors that can drive a stronger experience – students, teachers, a robust curriculum and resources.
It’s no secret the COVID-19 pandemic brought unimaginable challenges to education. Technical schools were especially impacted given the strong in-person component of workshops, plus the hands-on approach to technology and equipment.
When he joined Tenaris 13 years ago, Scott Barnes, technical leader at Aberdeen’s service center in Porthleten, Scotland, couldn’t have predicted the path that led him to his current position, a circuitous route that gave him the opportunity to hold several different jobs in different production areas at the facility.
Tenaris in Romania partnered with New Horizons Foundation, a youth development nonprofit, to host a month-long summer program focused on science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM activities.
Tenaris’s summer learning program, Club de Verano, celebrated its 25th anniversary with a virtual session. The program offers learning and fun activities for the children and teens of Tenaris employees at its facility in Veracruz, Mexico.
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