Monthly Archives: June 2012

IESC Zambia: Intel classmate PCs increase school enrollment

The Intel Education Service Corps (IESC) is a short-term service and career development opportunity for a select group of Intel employees to support the deployment of Intel classmate PCs in developing countries. In this blog, Andris Roze, a product analyst … Read more >

Bite-sized CSR: Adding 200,00 new “workers” to our Folsom site!

200,000 worker bees that is! On a sunny Friday in May 2012, five bee boxes at our Intel Folsom site. Emma and Raphael Hitzke, two Intel employees, got interested in the fate of honeybees a few years back when they were … Read more >

How do we know if our students are gaining the skills they need to be successful in the 21st Century?

…and what do we do about it…? The world is continuously changing – and it is critical that education systems change as well. Countries worldwide increasingly recognize that transforming their educational system is crucial for global competitiveness. Access to quality education … Read more >

IESC Kenya: Michael Jackson, Facebook, and other searches from 91 curious girls

The Intel Education Service Corps (IESC) is a short-term service and career development opportunity for a select group of Intel employees to support the deployment of Intel classmate PCs in developing countries. In this blog, Megan Bednarz, a campaign manager … Read more >

mPowering Frontline Health Workers

This blog was posted on behalf of Mike Gann, Director of Intel’s World Ahead Healthcare Program. Follow Mike on Twitter @mike_gann. Intel is very pleased to be a part of the “mPowering Frontline Health Workers Alliance” announced yesterday by USAID … Read more >

Connecting & Enriching the Lives of Every Person on Earth

Intel’s vision for the next decade is to create and extend computing technology to connect and enrich the lives of every person on earth. Now we just have to figure out how we’re going to do that. Let’s start by … Read more >

Bite-sized CSR: An Exploration in Transparency

Transparency is a pretty big thing for us – it’s one of the reasons why we publish an annual Corporate Responsibility Report. Over the past year or so, we’ve been experimenting with other transparency platforms. Cue our “Explore Intel” website. … Read more >