Peter Zieve Community Involvement
If there’s one thing that Peter Zieve is most grateful for, it’s being given the means and the opportunity to serve his community. He believes that helping others is the right thing to do. He knows he has been blessed many times over and he wants to shares these blessings in any way and every way he can. Since the beginning of his career, and even well before that, he has always strived to extend help and assistance to anyone who needed it.
Peter Zieve spearheaded efforts to get the Mukilteo Boys & Girls Club built, and he has contributed $200k towards this effort. He also allocated a $1M parking lot for the club’s sports fields. Peter Zieve is all about helping the youth. His efforts have also extended to opening the Youth Engineering Lab, which all of Mukilteo’s residents can use for free.
His youth programs also include workshops for the Mukilteo youth where trainers are available from the Kamiak robot club. The workshops teach attendees the basics of TinkerCad, Solidworks, and 3D Printing.
Apart from these, Peter Zieve also served on the board, did labor and contributed about $120K to Camp Solomon Schechter, a camp for Jewish kids.
Part of serving the community is ensuring that people who work for and with him are happy and secure, which is why he makes sure that every employee are well-compensated for their service to the company.
To reiterate, his community service includes the following:
- Camp Solomon Schechter Board Member
- Implemented the Electroimpact Internship Program (200 Kamiak kids)
- Educational assistance for STEM career paths
Peter Zieve is also a contributor and sponsor to the following: local STEM programs, U of W SAE car program, PTA events, YMCA, Boys & Girls Club, Lighthouse Festival and Destination Imagination.