Core Laboratories supports local communities all over the world through our contributions of resources and the
involvement of our employees, particularly when we can leverage of technical capabilities to provide a higher
level outcome for those that we are supporting. We prefer to support efforts aimed at improving education in
science, technology and business. It’s our way of giving back to the community which we feel is very important
in order to improve career and social opportunities for young adults around the globe. Core Laboratories does not contribute or donate cash or any of its resources to any political parties or political candidates. Examples of support provided to community groups and organizations include the following charitable organizations:
Jet-Net – Youth and Technology Network Netherlands - is a joint venture between Dutch companies and pre-college
schools in the Netherlands. Jet-Net companies help schools enhance the appeal of their science curriculum by
using a great variety of activities and also allow students to gain a better understanding of their future
career prospects in industry and technology.
We actively participate in the initiative by giving guest lectures and supporting a Beta Market where students
can get acquainted with technical professions.
We also allow students to work on their thesis on an energy related topic, which is part of their graduation criterion.
Junior Achievement is a nonprofit organization that brings awareness to the community about the importance of
educating our students on the concepts of financial literacy, workforce readiness, and entrepreneurship.
Junior Achievement currently reaches students by implementing fun, experiential programs taught by volunteers
from local businesses, organizations, and individuals from the surrounding community.
Core Laboratories' employees have volunteered to become role models who show students how to achieve personal
and professional success. By making a commitment to be a volunteer in elementary, middle, or high school, we
make a difference! As a Junior Achievement volunteer we have the unique opportunity to make a positive impact
on a student's life, and that difference may lead to their future success.
Joint Aid Management (JAM) is a South African based non-profit organization working in Mozambique since 1984. The JAM program seeks to empower communities and school children with agricultural skills and at the same time building resilient communities in food security programs.
Core Laboratories partnered with JAM to design, facilitate and sponsor the rehabilitation of the school dwelling and desks for the Mapihe Primary School of which 126 children will attend.
IPAA/PESA Petroleum Academy Summer Externship Program is a joint effort between the Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA), Petroleum Equipment Suppliers Association (PESA) and E&P supporting companies. This externship program provides high school students who attend energy related magnet high schools in Houston and Fort Worth to participate in a two-week job shadowing opportunity where they receive hands-on education and insight into a career in the Oil & Gas Industry. It is an impactful program to support STEM education in a real world, year round setting culminating in the summer externship.
Core Laboratories has been acknowledged as a major supporter of the Petroleum Academy program since 2006 through board membership, student tours, guest speaker & financial support. Core Laboratories’ employees have welcomed the students since 2010 as members of the Core Laboratories family, worked with them to enhance their understanding of applied sciences & business process, and encouraged them to pursue higher education in engineering & geosciences & ultimately, careers in our industry.
Freedom Service Dogs transforms shelter dogs into highly specialized service dogs for returning veterans in need; helping them find a new level of independence when transitioning back into society.
Since 2013, Core Lab has raised 1.14 million. Core Lab’s monetary and fund raising contributions and program commitment supported the training and placement of approximately 11 out of 30 service dogs in 2017.