Tag Archives: college

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 >

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 >

REP: How I Picked Engineering

After sixth grade, I was accepted to a week-long summer camp called “CEW” (short for: Careers in Engineering for Women) at the University of Texas at Austin. CEW was the first time I spent more than one night away from … Read more >

Putting Things into Perspective

Editor’s Note: Lisa is a recent college graduate from the University of Arizona in the HR Pathways rotation program. her second rotation is in Global Diversity and she has been working on promoting Intel’s dedication to building awareness on the importance of education for women and girls and our involvement with an upcoming documentary, 10×10. Here, she writes about the first on-campus event held at San Jose State University on December 6, 2011. She is currently working to bring this event to a campus near you in 2012! Read more >