Tag Archives: 10×10

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 >

Why Community Involvement Really Matters Now

  As a former New Yorker and current Arizona resident with most of my family and friends spread along the east coast, I’ve spent much of the last two weeks watching the terrible devastation from Sandy, and the subsequent snowstorm, … Read more >

10,000 Followers – Thank you!!

Yesterday we reached ten thousand followers on our @Intelinvolved Twitter handle – a big milestone since I started tweeting for the account back in June of last year. THANK YOU! To celebrate, we’re highlighting ten of our friends on Twitter – … Read more >

Intel Employees Code and Do Good

24 hours. That’s how long it took one of the Intel Code for Good hackathon teams to develop a functioning mobile app for World Pulse, a nonprofit dedicated to helping girls and women have a greater voice in more than … Read more >

Educate Girls — Change the World; Intel makes commitment with 10×10 at CGI

Did you know that one additional year of primary education for girls can result in a 10-20% increase in women’s wages later in life? An increase in female education leads to lower infant and maternal mortality rates, protection against HIV/AIDS, … Read more >