Tag Archives: volunteer

Putting Things into Perspective

Editor’s Note: Lisa is a recent college graduate from the University of Arizona in the HR Pathways rotation program. her second rotation is in Global Diversity and she has been working on promoting Intel’s dedication to building awareness on the importance of education for women and girls and our involvement with an upcoming documentary, 10×10. Here, she writes about the first on-campus event held at San Jose State University on December 6, 2011. She is currently working to bring this event to a campus near you in 2012! 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 >

Volunteering at Intel – you decide how far you want to go!

If you conduct a search for “volunteering” on our Intel website, you’ll find this: “At Intel, we never stop looking for bold ideas in technology, business, manufacturing, and corporate responsibility. We strive to ignite imaginations and enable positive change, making … Read more >