Shell in the Community
Shell aspires to be welcomed in the communities where we operate. We believe that local communities and Shell benefit from being part of one another’s work and life. This attitude permeates everything we do. We work to share benefits by offering rewarding jobs and training opportunities, building local capability and supporting local community groups.
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A group of students combined their cultural heritage and love of robots to win gold at a recent competition.
Biodiversity and Shell have come together to deliver an Indigenous career pathways model in the Western Downs.
If you’re from a community group and need some help finding a grant opportunity, Kate Bradley is here to help.
Shell’s Michael Eagle aspires to be a role model for young Indigenous kids.