Corporate Social Responsibility

Advancing Society, People and the Planet through Technical Innovation

Teradyne’s test and automation solutions are fundamental to the growth of many industries. We respect this global influence and realize that we have the opportunity, and the responsibility, to not just comply with regulations but maintain high standards of ethical behavior and social responsibility. To integrate quality, safety and sustainability into every aspect of our business, with the goal of engineering a better future. Who we are and how we behave matters.

Our Focus Areas and Priorities

CSR Featured Stories

  • Philanthropic
    Teradyne Supports Building Minds Scholarship Fund
    This year marks the 29th year that Teradyne has supported The Building Minds Scholarship Fund, a program run by The Catholic Schools Foundation. The organization raises money to provide families in financial need the support to provide their children with a quality education and chance for a bright future. This scholarship is the signature programRead More
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  • STEM Advocacy
    University Engagement: 2021-2022 Wentworth Capstone Project
    As part of Teradyne’s on-going efforts to encourage STEM programs in high schools and at the university level, we’re proud to partner with Wentworth Institute of Technology. This year we worked with a team of 5th year capstone electro-mechanical engineering students at WIT to support the design and build of a calibration robot with theRead More
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  • STEM Advocacy
    Women @ Wentworth Student Profile: Catherine Roden
    Every year, we donate to various university scholarship programs to support students to unlock pathways to education that may otherwise be inaccessible. One of these university programs includes the Women @ Wentworth Endowed Scholarship Fund at Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston. Catherine Roden, a junior at Wentworth studying Construction Management, is a current studentRead More
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Teradyne Grant Program

Teradyne’s Grant Program transforms “what if” ideas into “what is.” We aim to achieve innovation through collaboration, and are looking for students and academic professionals working on the latest technical standards. Submit your idea and help define the future of tech.