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Get to know 6 ‘secret’ Intel U.S. benefits

I work in recruitment marketing and every so often I get to drop in on new employee orientation sessions.  It’s always fun to talk to new employees during their first week at Intel.  Being that I’m in Arizona, topics that … Read more >

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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 >

Intel Education Service Corps: Days 14-18—the journey ends full circle

Note from the Blog Manager: Follow Donna, one of the Co-Program Managers for the Rotation Engineers Program, as she serves as part of the Intel Education Service Corp (IESC) in Uganda. The IESC is a program that allows Intel employees … Read more >

Intel Education Service Corps: Days 7-9—Lions and hippos and oribi—Oh my!

Note from the Blog Manager: Follow Donna, one of the Co-Program Managers for the Rotation Engineers Program, as she serves as part of the Intel Education Service Corp (IESC) in Uganda. The IESC is a program that allows Intel employees … Read more >

Intel Education Service Corp: Days 5&6 – Graduation, Driving Excursions and Exciting Weekend Plans

Note from the Blog Manager: Follow Donna, one of the Co-Program Managers for the Rotation Engineers Program, as she serves as part of the IESC in Uganda. The Intel Education Service Corp, a program that allows Intel employees to work … Read more >

Intel Education Service Corp: Days 2&3 – Cultural Immersion and Meeting the Students

Note from the Blog Manager: Follow Donna, one of the Co-Program Managers for the Rotation Engineers Program, as she serves as part of the IESC in Uganda. The Intel Education Service Corp, a program that allows Intel employees to work … Read more >

Intel Education Service Corp: Uganda bound and ready to make a difference

Note from the Blog Manager: In 2009, Intel launched the Intel Education Service Corp, a program that allows Intel employees to work with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in developing countries all over the world. The following is an email received from … Read more >