Tag Archives: transition

Why Intel Values Military Veterans

Note from the editor: Intel has been a strong advocate of investing in education, our local communities and our people. In the US, that ties into our pledge to invest in America and is seen through our commitment to support … 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 >

Intel Poland: More Insight into the Visual and Parallel Processing Group

Do you remember Lukasz from the Visual and Parallel Processing Group located in Poland? It is time to meet his team colleague – Wojtek who made the same decision about relocating. In case you need a refresher, the Visual and Parallel Processing … Read more >

Intel on Working Mother’s ‘best’ list for the Tenth time

Note from the blog manager: Intel was named for the tenth time to Working Mother Magazine’s best companies list. Companies were selected based on an extensive application with more than 650 questions on workforce representation, childcare, flexibility programs, leave policies … 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 >

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 >