Tag Archives: student


Intel in the Community: Intel Pledges Nearly $4 Million to Fund Scholarships for Latino College Students

Every year for the next five years, Intel will be providing 25 Latino college students with roots in Silicon Valley scholarships of up to $10,000. These 125 scholarships are part of Intel’s pledge of $3.75 million in support of the … Read more >

MAX(imum) Inspiration

Note from the editor: Alex, our summer intern, is back again with another post for you–but this one is about finding inspiration around you in even the most mundane situations. Take a read for yourself. If you haven’t read Alex’s … Read more >

Who Will Win the Intel Factor Film Cup? Help Decide!

It turns out that our Interns & Student Workers across the Latin America region are pretty active and they like the spotlight. So we decided to channel their creativity into a special contest: introducing the Intel Factor Film Cup! The … Read more >

An Inside Look at Intel in Europe

Have you ever been curious about what it’s like to work at Intel? Looking for a way to connect with Intel recruiters and ask questions about working at Intel? While our recruiting team visits tons of campuses around the world … Read more >

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 >

Ideation Week – What the heck is ideation?!

The Intel Ultimate Engineering Experience has officially taken off – and is actually in the process of beginning its wind down! We launched activities in 6 locations and our students are weighing in on their experiences. You heard from our AZ … 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 >