Tag Archives: education

From Collecting Coffee Beans to Advising the Government

Note from the editor: Every Intel employee has a story behind their career path and how they got to where they are. Today we bring you Carlos’s story which is not only about his Intel career, but how he went … Read more >

Work/Life/School—It’s All Possible at Intel

I’ve been to 22 different Intel campuses in 6 different countries in my 14 years at Intel. One thing is consistent – Intel employees’ spirit of wanting to always do better. Always wanting to BE better. It’s in our DNA. … 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 >

Intel Events: Women’s History Month – ‘Half the People on Earth’

Note from the editor: To kick off Women’s History Month in the US, our guest blogger, Walden Kirsch from Intel’s Internal Employee Communications team, sat down with three of our senior female leaders about Intel’s efforts to help girls and … 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 >