Recent Blog Posts

So What Does Girls’ Education Have to Do with Musical Pumpkins?

Yesterday was not your normal day at the office.  I learned how to make a musical instrument out of a pumpkin. To kick off Intel’s celebrations of the UN’s  International Day of the Girl, we hosted a great group of … Read more >

Intel Global Challenge: Winners, One and All

This blog was posted on behalf of Staci Palmer, Intel’s Director of Global Strategic Initiatives and Marketing. Staci is responsible for Intel’s philanthropic education initiatives and programs such as teacher professional development for K-12 and STEM curriculum, digital literacy for those … Read more >

When Opportunity Knocks: Advice for Budding Entrepreneurs

This blog was posted on behalf of Arvind Sodhani, executive vice president of Intel Corporation and president of Intel Capital. Intel Capital, Intel’s strategic investment arm directs the company’s external investments, mergers and acquisitions in support of Intel’s strategic objectives and helps … Read more >

September: Cross Country Recognition

Last week the big news was at our annual Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, where we showcased the latest Intel technology and software, and even announced a few new products. Meanwhile, on the other side of the country, my … Read more >

IESC Kenya: “Can You Teach Me?”

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 Education Solutions in developing countries. In this blog, Courtney Harrison, a Field Sales Engineer at Intel, recaps … Read more >

Ride Along with Algae Girl through Caltech and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab

This blog was posted on behalf of Evie Sobczak, 16, of St. Petersburg, Fla. Evie  received the Innovation Exploration Award at the 2013 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for her research on algae oil production. The award included a … Read more >