• 16 June 2022

    Alcoa apprenticeships applications now open

    In a continuation of Alcoa’s proud history of training generations of skilled tradespeople, the global bauxite, alumina and aluminium producer has launched its 2023 WA apprenticeship recruitment campaign which runs until 19 July 2022. Playing an important role in the company’s future, Alcoa will recruit 36 apprentices to commence at...

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  • 15 June 2022

    Alcoa backs women in engineering with financial, real-world support

    Curtin University engineering students Vicki Cheah (left) and Mari Conradie (right) both won the 2022 Alcoa Bev Corless Women in Engineering Scholarship. To celebrate Women in Engineering Day (June 23), Alcoa has announced the latest recipients of its annual women in engineering scholarships, which support female students and help drive...

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  • 09 June 2022

    Essential role of aluminium in a decarbonised world

    The essential role aluminium will play in a decarbonised world was stressed by Alcoa of Australia President Michael Gollshewski during a recent address to the WA Mining Club. According to Mr Gollschewski, Alcoa and aluminium are part of the solution in the global shift towards renewables and the slowing of...

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  • 09 June 2022

    Alcoans take up the challenge to Be Brave and Make Change during Australian National Reconciliation Week

    Executive Vice President & Chief Operations Officer John Slaven joined Vice President Operations - Australia Michael Gollschewski and around 50 Alcoans on a Walk for Reconciliation at Kaarta Koomba (Kings Park). Alcoans across Australia proudly participated in National Reconciliation Week events in record numbers last week with the theme Be...

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  • 09 June 2022

    Alcoa supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students

    Alcoa’s Pinjarra and Kwinana refineries have partnered with two local high schools for the inaugural Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student Excellence Scholarship Program. Designed to support indigenous students from Kwinana’s main public high school Gilmore College and Pinjarra Senior High School, twenty financial scholarships totalling $32,000 are available for...

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  • 02 June 2022

    Portland Aluminium to plant trees for koala habitat

    Learn how Alcoa Portland Aluminum is working to guard and protect the health of the local Koala population with a Management plan including planting 18 hectares of eucalypt trees.

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  • 29 May 2022

    Earbus and Alcoa celebrate one year of boosting children’s ear health

    Franklyn Nannup with Ian Brown, Peter Duncan and Scott Harper from Alcoa at the 2021 Earbus Partnership launch event. During National Reconciliation Week, Earbus Foundation of WA and Alcoa are proud to announce outstanding results for the first year of its partnership to deliver vital ear checks and treatment to...

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  • 22 May 2022

    40+ Alcoa summer jobs to bridge experience gap for university students

    Alcoa has more than 40 paid summer vacation jobs up for grabs for university students completing a relevant degree. Applications welcome until 6 June 2022.

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  • 16 May 2022

    Alcoa volunteers back in ACTION to help communities

    After volunteering for the 2021 Law Enforcement Torch Run (pictured) and associated activities, Alcoa employees have again pledged their time to support the event in 2022. Alcoa employees are embodying the theme of this year’s National Volunteer Week (16-22 May) ‘Better Together’ by joining forces to raise up to $168,000...

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  • 10 May 2022

    Helping indigenous youth drive to succeed

    (L to R) Wanderer Program Driver Mentor Kyle Merritt and Alcoa Kwinana Community Relations Officer Ashley Wright. Alcoa’s Kwinana refinery has partnered with the McGovern Foundation to help support indigenous youth in the Kwinana, Rockingham and Cockburn area to gain their driving licence through the Wanderer Program. A $35,000 contribution...

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