Category Archives: Just For Students

The What, Why and How of Networking

Everyone talks about how networking is key for getting a job or advancing your career, but what exactly is networking? Networking is a set of relationships you build with others with a common interest. This can apply to school, hobbies, and in … Read more >

From Stick Figures to the Mainframe

Note from the editor: Alex is back and at it again. From his first introduction to his desk at Intel, to the ThinkTank he started with other interns, to the ideas that he thinks up of on the MAX*, he’s had … Read more >

MAX(imum) Inspiration

Note from the editor: Alex, our summer intern, is back again with another post for you–but this one is about finding inspiration around you in even the most mundane situations. Take a read for yourself. If you haven’t read Alex’s … Read more >

The Earth Doesn’t Stand Still, Why Should I?

Note from the editor: We recently introduced you to Alex, one of our summer interns. Alex is back again (and there’s more you’ll hear from him!) with another post about collaborating with other interns, keeping himself active and the surprising … Read more >

Guidance from a Recruiter — Follow at Your Own Risk

Disclaimer: I am NOT a guidance counselor.  Proceed with caution here people. I keep getting a question from my student audience and felt it was probably time I answered the question for the masses, vs responding one by one with … Read more >

Who Will Win the Intel Factor Film Cup? Help Decide!

It turns out that our Interns & Student Workers across the Latin America region are pretty active and they like the spotlight. So we decided to channel their creativity into a special contest: introducing the Intel Factor Film Cup! The … Read more >