Fluor supports community development programs.

At Fluor, we believe if communities thrive, so do their businesses and residents. The stability of a community is affected by the condition of its infrastructure and its ability to attract and retain talent.

Fluor invests in community-building strategies and programs that strengthen society and encourage lasting change. We support initiatives that provide job training and build or refurbish affordable housing and community-serving facilities and programs that develop leadership skills and build character and resiliency in youth.

Last year, Fluor and its employees helped build and/or refurbish 198 homes and community-serving facilities through partnerships with organizations like Habitat for Humanity®, Hull Services and Brigada Eskwela. In addition, more than 158,000 young people received over 1.8 million hours of life-skills enrichment training as a result of Fluor’s support of initiatives through organizations such as Boys & Girls Clubs of America®, the YMCA® and Junior Achievement USA®.

Some highlights of Fluor community and economic development initiatives include:

Boys & Girls Clubs of America

Fluor continues to partner with Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA), supporting youth leadership, life-skills and science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) enrichment programming.

Fluor supports military-connected youth through the BGCA Teen Ambassador Training, which includes Resiliency and Reintegration Training, the annual Military Leadership Institute, mentorship opportunities and participation in the National Military Leadership Council.

The initiative aims to build youth capacity in effective communication, resiliency and teen retention in military programs, as well as ensure BGCA staff's ability to support youth in developing skills that will make them stronger, happier and ultimately more resilient. To date, the Fluor-sponsored programs have impacted more than 500,000 military teens. For more information about the Teen Ambassador Training program, click here.