Tag Archives: volunteer

Putting Out Fires, Intel Style.

Volunteering isn’t just an activity around Intel, it’s a part of our culture and a responsibility that all of our employees share and the company values. When Intel employees give their time, Intel matches those efforts with dollars. Every time Intel … 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 >

What We Really Do at Intel

Note from the editor: One of the first questions you’re asked when meeting someone new is, “What do you do?” Your answer to this question depends on a lot of factors like who’s talking to you, the situation you’re in … Read more >

Intel Folsom adds 200,000 Workers

Note from the editor: Intel really encourages employees to get involved in our local community and rewards employees for thinking sustainable–and this blog post on the Sustainability in Action grant exemplifies that. To learn more about Intel’s Corporate Social Responsibility … 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 >

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 >