On June 10th, Convergint offices around the world closed allowing more than 7,700 colleagues across the globe to donate their time and resources to more than 110 organizations for Convergint’s Social Responsibility Day. This year’s event included security updates at 29 schools as part of Convergint’s STEP Up initiative.
This year, Oregon colleagues volunteered their time by installing security cameras at the Clackamas Academy of Industrial Sciences. This donation was through the STEP Up initiative, which aims to help strengthen school security for underserved schools in communities around the world.
More than 100 Convergint colleagues worked to install 20 new security cameras, quadrupling the number of cameras on site at CAIS’s campus in Oregon City. This effort was estimated as a $50,000 donation in labor and equipment from Convergint to Clackamas Academy.
Read the Portland Tribune feature covering Convergint’s STEP Up Initiative and its impact on Clackamas Academy below.
Clackamas Academy Highlights
Learn More About STEP Up
In 2018, Convergint established its STEP Up for Schools initiative to help strengthen school security. Working with underserved schools in communities around the world, Convergint and partners provide free interior and exterior security system installations, upgrades, and assessments—including cybersecurity, fire alarm services, physical security, and emergency communication—at no cost. To date, more than 70 schools have received security donations from Convergint through this program.
From comprehensive security audits and recommendations to the installation of new operating systems, Convergint is offering its services free of charge for qualifying, underserved schools. For more information about STEP Up, to see if your local school can participate, or to download free safety checklists and resources from Convergint, visit www.convergint.com/STEPUp.