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See how Intel lives corporate social responsibility and look into business ethics, guiding principles, commitment to the environment, and more.
Resources for teachers and educators to help prepare students with skills and give them opportunities to become the next generation of innovators.
Find out more about Intel, including our locations, executives and leadership, and how to get in touch.
See how the Intel World Ahead Program helps bring technology to the students of Broadgreen Primary School.
Video features ways the Intel World Ahead Program brings technology and Internet connectivity to new users in France.
Suggestions for Meaningful Use Stage 2 of the Electronic Health Records program, which aims to improve health care system quality and efficiency.
Suggestions to Health Information Technology Coordinator on electronic health record technology standards, specifications, and certification criteria.
Intel collaborates with healthcare providers, other companies, and policymakers on innovative new products and solutions.
See how the Intel World Ahead Program works to bring better-quality, accessible healthcare to developing areas throughout the world.
The Intel World Ahead Program increases access to technology, helping people with better education, improved healthcare, and economic opportunity.
View the Intel Corporate Social Responsibility Report, executive summary, and data, or build a custom section-by-section report for PDF download.
Intel employees share the vision of creating and extending computing technology to connect and enrich the lives of every person on Earth.
More than 2,800 employees work in Intel’s Costa Rican facility. This overview details their efforts in education and community involvement.
Overview details how more than 44, 000 hours of Intel Israel’s volunteer efforts are focused on education and community involvement.
With the Intel Foundation, Intel in Hudson, Massachusetts giving totaled $6.6 million to education, United Way, and other nonprofit organizations.
Operating two campuses, Intel in Washington donated more than $818,000 in grants and contributions to k-12 schools and nonprofits.
More than half of Intel’s manufacturing is in America, with facilities in eight states. Employees support non-profits and educational programs.
Global Intel employees get involved when they volunteer, educate and train people, and raise money for non-profits through the Matching Grant program.
Video features how the Intel World Ahead Program brings technology and Internet connectivity to new users in Nigeria.
Intel Foundation—helping develop a future diverse workforce and increase interest in math and science education.