Corporate Social Responsibility
Thriving into the Future
Teradyne’s test and robotics 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.
CSR Featured Stories
- PhilanthropicGolf Fore Africa – Teradyne Gives StoryTeradyne is proud to provide our team members a program called Teradyne Gives. The program enables our employees to donate to qualifying charitable organizations with a company match up to $1,000. The program supports causes focused on health & wellness, education, improving the environment, supporting those impacted by natural disasters, and supporting diversity, equity andRead MoreRead More
- STEM AdvocacyOur Partnership with Science Club for GirlsTeradyne is pleased to be a partner with Science Club for Girls, a nonprofit organization in the greater Boston area. The organization’s mission is to foster excitement, confidence, and literacy in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) for girls and gender-expansive youth from underrepresented communities. The program provides free experiential programs and meaningful interactions withRead MoreRead More
- EnvironmentalHow MiR and UR Products are Beneficial to SocietyUniversal Robots (UR) and Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR) make products that are revolutionizing the manufacturing world. Our collaborative robots and autonomous mobile robots enable industrial workers to move from dull, dirty, and dangerous work to higher value, less dangerous, and more fulfilling activities. Additionally, using collaborative and autonomous robots often enables cleaner and more efficient/sustainableRead MoreRead More
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.