Tag Archives: Intel Education

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 >

Greatness starts by doing the small things right

Across the globe, researchers, educators and organizations are studying the reasons behind declining degrees in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields – and there is no shortage of data on “the problem.” However, it is extremely rare to find research or information … 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 >

From Arizona to Azerbaijan – Enthusiasm and Dedication Make a Difference

I became a teacher because I didn’t like the way I’d been taught. I wasn’t inspired, I wasn’t encouraged, I wasn’t interested – and I didn’t want that for others – I wanted to make a difference. I needed to … Read more >

Helping teachers spark students’ interest in science and math

Yesterday I had the honor of representing Intel in a small meeting with President Obama, the Vice President and Dr. Biden (a professor of English) prior to the public announcement around the “Educate to Innovate” campaign. The President met with … Read more >

Profile: Peter Broffman

Peter Broffman is manager of Informal Education in Intel’s Corporate Affairs Group. Peter is also worldwide program manager for the Intel® Learn Program, which reaches more than 250,000 young learners each year. Over the course of his career with Intel, … Read more >