The 2016 Honda Battle of the Bands featured 48 accomplished bands. Eight finalists owned the field at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, in front of more than 63,000 delighted fans.
Honda Week of Service
Honda is committed to being a corporation the world wants to exist. One of the latest ways we’re working toward that goal is the Honda Week of Service. 41 states, Mexico and Canada participate in a variety of charitable activities including food and blood drives, beach cleanups, pet rescues and more.more
The Power of Dreams Award
Honda honored Ms. Barbara Andrews, a middle school teacher and South Carolina State University alumna, for raising awareness of lupus, a chronic autoimmune disease, and supporting university students impacted by the illness.
TOMODACHI Cultural Exchange
The TOMODACHI Honda Cultural Exchange Program helps create friendship and cultural understanding between high school students from Japan and the United States by bringing students from the quake and tsunami-ravaged regions of Japan to California.
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HBCU Campus All-Star Challenge
The Honda Campus All-Star Challenge showcases the academic talents of students at America's Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
Student teams representing 48 HBCUs gather in Southern California for the 27th annual HCASC National Championship Tournament. The 2016 champion will be crowned live on April 4, 2016 on www.hcasc.com.
Over the past 27 years, nearly 125,000 students have competed, and Honda has awarded more than $8 million in grants.Go
Soaring at the Eagle Rock School
When we founded the Eagle Rock School and Professional Development Center in Colorado, we set out not only to get students more engaged in their own education, but to help teachers hone their craft too.
More than two decades later, we’re proud to have helped so many to succeed through the power of learning.Go
Honda Supports STEM
Honda partners with Marysville Early College STEM High School in Ohio near its U.S. manufacturing headquarters to help the next generation of American manufacturers learn the skills they need to succeed. Students focus on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to compete in tomorrow’s workforce. Hear what the students have to say about their instruction.