We make a bigger impact when we collaborate with people and organizations that share our values.
Investing in our communities
At Asurion, who we partner with matters. That’s why we create intentional partnerships within the community to help us reach prospective employees like women, POC1, LGBTQ+, veterans, and those with different abilities.
But we also focus on uplifting the community with our Compassion Forward program. It helps Asurion employees in need, furthers childhood education, and more. Here are our community partners:
Partnerships and programs
Select each program to learn more about Asurion’s impact and sponsorship.
Celebrate Nashville Cultural Festival
Nashville Young Leaders Council
Tennessee Latin Chamber of Commerce
Advancing Women in Nashville
An award-winning internship
Since 2015, the Asurion Early Careers team has partnered with several of the institutions and educational groups above to recruit a diverse set of interns. In 2021, this award-winning program included students who were:
- 45% Women (and over half of these interns were placed in Tech and Product roles).
- 26% Black (the majority of which were also in Tech and Product internship roles).
- 19% Latinx (which marked a 16% increase from the number of Latinx interns in 2020).
Choosing the right suppliers
We strive to achieve diversity and inclusivity in our community partners and our suppliers. In 2021, we grew our supplier diversity program by:
- Partnering with the National Minority Supplier Development Council and Women’s Business Enterprise National Council.
- Publishing a spend dashboard and quarterly update report for key stakeholders.
- Doubling our total diverse spend compared to 2020 to reach $17.2 million.
- Increasing our diverse supplier spend by $9.6 million and the volume of our diverse supply base by 4%.
Join our team
If you’re not yet a part of our team, check out Asurion Careers to find out more about our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives and how you can get involved once you apply.Get started
1. People of color refers to anyone in the U.S. who has not self-identified as “White/Caucasian” in Workday.