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REP: The Expert’s Opinion on ImpREssions in the Workplace

Recall my last blog about ImpREssions in the Work Place? I was having an IM discussion with my buddy Kevin about why I think it’s important for your attire be polished. I think it gives others a positive first impression … Read more >

Heading to Texas for SWE 2012!

Note from the editor: We have the pleasure of featuring a guest blogger today to share her experience with the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). Intel is getting ready for SWE 2012 taking place in Houston, Texas from November 8 – … Read more >

Subject: Constructive Confrontation & Email Etiquette

From: Kirsten Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2012 2012 7:34 AM To:You You were sent a passive aggressive email from Jessica in finance. You don’t get along with Jessica, and she’s copied your colleagues and boss on the email. You feel … Read more >

Channel Your Inner Child with the Intel Parking Lot Games!

Note from the editor: Lucy, a new CG (College Graduate), moved from Illinois just 3 weeks ago to work at Intel in Oregon. After interning last summer (remember her from her blog posts?), she still thinks the rain is just a myth … Read more >

Creativity is Disruption

A few days ago… I was sitting in the Intel café chatting with a principal engineer (PE) about disruptive players in the tech industry. Apple, Google, and Amazon came up during our conversation…  A few years ago… Apple, was a … Read more >

REP: Damn Good Career Advice

It’s that time of year when college grads (CGs), or soon to be CGs, are preparing to enter the workforce. It makes me recall the excitement (and slight anxiety) I felt when I accepted my job offer with Intel. I … 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 >