Late last month, the company provided a $5 million grant to Catalyst, a global nonprofit working toward workplace gender equality, to support its Men Advocating Real Change program.
The Midland location last year was one of Chevron’s first to launch a MARC program. The Chevron Women’s Network and Chevron Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Mike Wirth brought the program to the company in 2017. The company instituted a pilot program in Houston, and it has expanded to seven Chevron locations globally and includes more than 750 employees. It joins other employee networks at the Midland campus, including a Women’s Network and Black Employees Network that brings the workforce together with cultural events, networking, volunteering and speaker events.