Our community is important to us. That's why employees receive one day per year to spend volunteering with a charity/organization of their choice.
This Volunteer Day will not count against PTO, and is being offered to reinforce our commitment to giving back to our communities.
Employees collected a total of 279 toys for local children who otherwise may not have anything to open during the holiday season. The organization's mission is to collect new, unwrapped toys to distribute as gifts to less fortunate children in the community.
Tech Support employees volunteered with the Salvation Army to package incoming donations. The Salvation Army aims to lesson financial and emotional stress of the holidays by providing toys, as well as food and bill-pay assistance, helping families keep the heat on during the cold months.
Tech support employees volunteered to help the organization which seeks to make a meaningful difference during the holiday season by sorting and wrapping gifts, loading boxes of food, cooking turkeys and make deliveries Christmas Eve morning.
Tenable sponsored JA Inspire, a career exploration fair for middle school students. The fair features interactive, hands-on activities to showcase careers within Maryland businesses, non-profits, and government agencies.
Tenable's sponsorship funds are specifically allocated to help students with financial need who are working towards degrees or certificates in cybersecurity.
Members of Sales Operations gathered to give back to the local community by volunteering at Paul's Place in Baltimore Paul's Place provides food; clothing; and health and wellness programs.
Tenable sponsored the International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals Conference (ICMCP). ICMCP's goal is to help devise strategies to tackle cybersecurity’s diversity challenges.
Tenable is sponsoring CyberPatriot, a National Youth Cyber Education Program. CyberPatriot serves students from kindergarten to twelfth grade to inspire careers in cybersecurity or other STEM disciplines.
Tenable sponsored Home Runs for Horton's Kids, which empowers children growing up in one of DC’s most violent, under-resourced communities so that they graduate from high school ready for success in college, career, and life.
Tenable sponsored the 11th Annual AFCEA Central Maryland Race for Excellence 5K and 1-Mile Fun Run. AFCEA is a non-profit membership association dedicated to providing an ethical, interactive forum for sharing knowledge and building relationships across government, military, industry, and academia.
Tenable hosted a career shadow day with students in HCC's Early College Cybersecurity program. The students spent the day in HQ learning from department representatives.