Category Archives: Life At Intel


UX Designer Pete Denman’s Talents Led Him to Stephen Hawking. His Success Shattered Myths and Broke Down Barriers.

When Pete Denman, at age 20, broke his neck in a diving accident that left him paralyzed and in a wheelchair, he knew the event would alter the course of his life. But he couldn’t have imagined that his new … Read more >

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Malaysian Intel Employees Turn Daily Commute into Lifetime Experience – My Best Life

Last summer, a group of Intel employees in Penang, Malaysia created the Intel Bike2Work Group Ride to make their morning commute into an incredible shared experience. Lead by Intel Platform Application Engineering Manager Oh Haw Kuang, the group gathers before … Read more >


Intel Employees Enable Digital Classrooms in Rwanda

On October 5, 2015, Intel Education Service Corps (IESC) sent a group of Intel employee volunteers to a school in Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, on a mission to change the lives of students and teachers using education and Intel … Read more >


I am (a Senior Technical) Woman. Hear me ROAR.

By 2014, Intel realized it had a significant challenge on its hands. Women employees—especially senior technical women—were showing signs of frustration regarding their careers with the company. Retaining these talented women was proving more difficult than expected, and surveys confirmed … Read more >


Freelance Nation Brings More Flexible Work Options to Intel

Freelance What? “The idea behind Freelance Nation had been bubbling up in the Talent Organization for a while,” says Kalani Ching, who helped launch the program in 2014. The innovative staffing solution was Intel’s response to the growing desire—from both … Read more >


Gender Pay Parity at Intel at 100%

We’re thrilled to celebrate this Equal Pay Day, April 12, 2016, by noting that Intel has achieved 100% gender pay parity in our US workforce. “This is a great milestone in our ongoing drive to become a fully equitable and … Read more >