School's Out for Summer!
Leslie Ortiz (left) and Marissa Flowers (right) smile for the camera on their last day of school. In June, Leslie and Marissa completed their year of work study with Levy. Leslie worked with IT&S and Marissa split her time between HR and Accounting. Levy was lucky to host two amazing students through Cristo Rey High School’s work study program. This program focuses on teaching kids about important workplace skills like responsibility and determination. Levy wishes them the best of luck in their future endeavors! To learn more about Detroit Cristo Rey click on the button below!
A Novel Impact
Casey Smith, from Quality Control, visited List Elementary School in Okemos, Michigan to deliver a Tonka truck full of books. The books were a prize from the Michigan Construction fundraiser, Truckload of Books. He delivered books about construction, building, architecture and engineering at the classroom's reading level. This year, Michigan Construction gave away over 1,300 books to classrooms across the state!
Maximizing Your Benefits
Levy Family of Companies
Family values are important to Levy and they helped the company reach its centennial year in 2018. To continue celebrating the families that make our company unique, below is a collage of those families that have multiple members working at Levy. It is the next generation that will help Levy in the next 100 years!
TIP: If you click on one of the photos, you can then scroll through like a slideshow!
Gleaner's Food Bank
Did you know that the founder of Gleaner's Food Bank, Gene Gonya, was also a founding member of Feeding America (originally called Second Harvest)? Founded in 1977, Gleaner's was one of the first food banks in the United States. Members of the Levy Finance department recently volunteered at the Detroit location. Levy employees helped sort and bag food that would be distributed to those in need. Gleaner's delivers 96,000 meals each day! It is wonderful that Levy employees continue to help those in need.
Levy Mexico Earth Day
Levy Mexico celebrated Earth Day with a recycling art competition! Kids were broken up into teams and were challenged to create unique art projects exclusively from recycled materials. Levy's Forest Basemore and Pam Taylor judged the competition, and Suzuky Pena Perez helped facilitate. Below are photos of all the great projects the kids created!