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
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This weekend our friends at World Vision launched a new initiative to provide technology and training to students and teachers in Africa. Called Spark a Child’s Digital Future, this program will enable primary schools with ICT resources and the required … 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
I recently wrote about the Intel University program, and the impact it had on closing my skills gap (all the stuff I didn’t learn in school). Earlier this month, Martina Roth posted on the ATC21S presence at the Educational World … Read more
What kind of education and skills do today’s students need to be successful as a global citizen, a thriving employee or an innovator of tomorrow? That was one of the key questions being discussed at last week’s Learning and Technology … Read more
Some high level panelists and speakers from IDC, Microsoft, Sun, IBM, InfoWorld, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Intel and other reputable places will begin a series of on-line debates about the challenges and opportunities of energy efficient computing.
This year’s Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship (BCCCC) Conference just wrapped up this week. It was held in Boston this year, but they try to jump coasts each year. Next year it’s in San Francisco.
Companies get involved in a lot of CSR efforts. Some seem to get an unfair amount of attention and others go on almost invisibly. I’m sure that’s the case for many companies – but there is one event that Intel … Read more