• 26 July 2021

    Alcoa rolls up sleeves for the environment

    Alcoa is marking National Tree Day on 1 August by helping communities in the south west of Western Australia plant more than 110,000 seedlings this year.

  • 20 July 2021

    Alcoa’s digital transformation

    Over the last three years Alcoa has been pursuing an aggressive digital agenda across all aspects of its operations in a bid to drive productivity and transform operational capability. Led by Alcoa’s global digital transformation group, there are five key digital strategies currently underway including development of custom smart sensors,...

  • 06 July 2021

    Alcoa volunteers plant 1800 seedlings at The Spectacles

    A group of employees from Alcoa’s Kwinana Refinery know ‘many hands make light work’ after spending a cold winter’s morning planting native seedlings at The Spectacles wetland reserve in the City of Kwinana. Working with local volunteer group Friends of the Spectacles, the group planted 1800 seedlings indigenous to the...

  • 23 June 2021

    Alcoa continues to champion women in engineering

    Alcoa is marking Women in Engineering Day on June 23 by awarding its latest women in engineering scholarship, continuing its longstanding leadership in driving diversity and equality in the profession. Twenty-year-old Kate Leekong, from the Perth suburb of Kallaroo, has taken out the 2021 Alcoa Bev Corless Women in Engineering...

  • 20 June 2021

    Alcoa celebrates Global Pride Week

    Alcoa’s commitment to an inclusive and diverse workplace has been further strengthened with the celebration of Global Pride Week at all locations including Australia, Brazil, Europe and North America. For close to a decade the company has been promoting the rights of LGBT+ employees through their inclusion network - EAGLE...

  • 18 June 2021

    Alcoa apprenticeships up for grabs

    Alcoa has a proud history of training generations of skilled tradespeople and in a continuation of the tradition has launched its 2022 apprenticeship recruitment campaign, which runs until 19 July.

  • 09 June 2021

    Friend in Need supports Kwinana, Peel and Upper South West communities

    The ability for people in the Kwinana, Peel and Upper South West regions to look out for each other is set to be bolstered by the latest partnership between Anglicare WA and resources company Alcoa. Through funding from Alcoa’s global charity, the Alcoa Foundation, Anglicare WA will work with local...

  • 03 June 2021

    Alcoa summer jobs to bridge experience gap for university students

    Alcoa has more than 30 paid summer vacation jobs up for grabs for university students completing a relevant degree. Strengthening Alcoa’s training and development commitments, the placements will help students bridge the experience gap during the November 2021 to February 2022 summer holidays.

  • 27 May 2021

    New partnership to boost children’s ear health and schooling

    Earbus Foundation of WA and Alcoa have announced a new three-year partnership to deliver vital ear checks and treatment for Aboriginal and educationally at-risk children in Kwinana, Peel and the Upper South West.

  • 25 May 2021

    Alcoa partners with Foodbank WA to support Kwinana and Pinjarra families

    Families in the Kwinana and Pinjarra areas that are struggling to put food on the table will get extra support thanks to Foodbank WA’s latest partnership with resources company Alcoa. Under the partnership, families in need will receive vouchers to purchase items from Foodbank WA’s Mobile Van Service over the...

  • 21 May 2021

    Alcoa exploring technology to further reduce carbon emissions in alumina refining

    Alcoa Corporation has announced a development project with the potential to significantly reduce carbon emissions in the alumina refining process, which would further enhance the Company’s strong sustainability performance across the aluminum value chain.

  • 16 May 2021

    Alcoa volunteers get hands dirty for a good cause

    Alcoa employees are embracing the spirit of National Volunteer Week, celebrated from 17 – 23 May, by committing to provide more than 1,500 volunteer hours for 57 community groups and charities this year. In recognition of its employees’ volunteering efforts, Alcoa will also donate $3,000 to each group or charity,...

  • 16 May 2021

    Alcoa Fairbridge partnership drives local skill development

    Local apprentices are gaining invaluable experience breathing new life into heritage-listed buildings at Fairbridge Village thanks to a renewed three-year partnership with Alcoa Australia.

  • 02 May 2021

    Jarrahdale community benefits from Alcoa Foodbank WA partnership

    Local families will continue to benefit from emergency food relief provided by Foodbank WA thanks to additional funding provided by Alcoa’s Huntly Bauxite Mine.

  • 18 April 2021

    2022 Swan Alcoa Landcare Program grant applications now open

    Community groups and organisations are invited to apply for the 2022 round of the Swan Alcoa Landcare Program grants, to assist community-led programs to improve, protect and enhance our environmental assets.

  • 01 April 2021

    New M8D8 initiative to support young men in Peel

    Shoot some hoops. Grab a burger. Kick a footy. Have a game of pool. A new initiative is encouraging young men in the Peel region to take a mate on a date in an effort to curb the devastatingly high number of males taking their own lives. Youth Focus and...

  • 01 April 2021

    Mentoring diverse students second nature to EdConnect Peel Volunteer of the Year

    Tireless community volunteer Rose Wu (45) has been recognised for her unwavering commitment to mentoring students from diverse backgrounds after being announced as the 2020 Peel Volunteer of the Year by EdConnect Australia. Rose Wu recipient of the EdConnect Peel Volunteer of the Year Award for 2020. Rose is one...

  • 28 March 2021

    Alcoa’s Blue Tree draws attention to mental health

    Alcoa employees and contractors came together in support of mental health awareness and the Blue Tree Project. Almost half of all Australian adults will face mental ill-health during their lives^ and it can have a significant impact on every aspect of their life. From behaviour to physical health, work and...

  • 25 March 2021

    Trainees from all walks of life join Alcoa

    Sixteen new trainees will boost their skills as they undertake 18 month process operator traineeships at Alcoa’s three alumina refineries in Kwinana and the Peel and South West regions of Western Australia.

  • 15 March 2021

    Alcoa recruiting university graduates now

    Alcoa Australia is looking to recruit 15 ambitious university graduates wanting to kickstart their careers as part of its 2022 Graduate Program. The four-week recruitment campaign closes on Friday 9 April 2021.

  • 26 February 2021

    Alcoa Aluminium Sculpture Award recipient signals hope on the horizon at Sculpture by the Sea 2021

    The recipient of this year’s Alcoa Aluminium Sculpture Award at Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe is being seen as a shining light of hope during the turbulent times associated with the coronavirus pandemic.

  • 24 February 2021

    Award-Winning Maths Program for Rockingham Schools

    Maths lessons will never be the same when eight primary school teachers from the Kwinana-Rockingham area kick-start the award-winning Alcoa Champions of Maths program in Term 1. Scitech and Alcoa Australia have been delivering the Champions of Maths program in the Upper South West, Peel and Kwinana areas since 2019,...

  • 18 February 2021

    Major boost for Peel region’s key waterways

    In a major boost for key waterways in the Peel region, Alcoa has announced more than $1.15 million in additional funding from our global charity, Alcoa Foundation.

  • 03 January 2021

    Alcoa’s Christina Fahl is blazing a trail for women in resources

    Alcoa’s Christina Fahl is a finalist in the inaugural ‘Technical Innovation’ category of the Chamber of Minerals and Energy’s Women in Resources Awards for 2021.

  • 03 January 2021

    Local families benefit from COVID-19 relief partnership

    A purpose-built, locally targeted campaign to help people across a number of communities deal with the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic over the past eight months has delivered 13,950 meals to families doing it tough.


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