Category Archives: Intel Events

An Inside Look at Intel in Europe

Have you ever been curious about what it’s like to work at Intel? Looking for a way to connect with Intel recruiters and ask questions about working at Intel? While our recruiting team visits tons of campuses around the world … Read more >

Women at SWE are Out of this World!

Note from the editor: Remember Lisa from a few weeks ago? She’s guest blogging for us again today on her SWE experience! I can’t believe I first wrote to you a few weeks ago about SWE and here I am, … Read more >

SHPE Names Intel 2012 Company of the Year

Note from the editor: Intel takes a strong stance when it comes to encouraging and empowering people to pursue a STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) career. One of the ways we do that is through our Global Diversity, Education … Read more >

Heading to Texas for SWE 2012!

Note from the editor: We have the pleasure of featuring a guest blogger today to share her experience with the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). Intel is getting ready for SWE 2012 taking place in Houston, Texas from November 8 – … Read more >

Yep. Our Future is in GREAT hands.

Yesterday I attended Intel’s FIRST EVER Ultimate Engineering Experience (IUEE). We kicked off in Arizona and have more of the same events launching across our major locations – Oregon, California, New Mexico, and Austin. Students poured into the venue from … Read more >

Intel in Latin America: Inspired Innovation that’s Changing the World!

I often get amazed at the talent we continue to recruit throughout the Latin America region and the potential they not only have but get to at their different business groups and sites across this region. Yes, engineering is a … Read more >

Intel Events: Time to MEN-O-PAUSE

Note from the editor: Patti is a communications manager for Intel’s Global Diversity organization and a social media evangelist, working to drive adoption of Intel’s internal social media tools and helping connect people and their ideas across Intel’s global organization. A long-time member of … Read more >