Intel’s goal is to become the high technology industry leader in diversity. Through active employee resource groups, strategic initiatives, and strong alliances with national organizations, we have a sustained commitment to this goal. We believe that a more inclusive workforce makes us a stronger company, and that our impact on people’s lives around the world is a direct result of our diverse employees. We respect, value, and celebrate the unique points of view and opportunities that come with diversity in our employees, communities, customers, suppliers, and other partners in the global marketplace.
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Intel has approximately 100,000 employees worldwide and over 50,000 in the U.S. While a decade of focus and commitment has produced an increasingly diverse workforce across our entire company, we continue driving toward our goal of being the industry’s diversity leader.
Our employee resource groups support Intel’s diversity strategy by providing powerful networks that assist with recruiting, integration, networking, and mentoring. They also provide professional development and volunteer activities that build camaraderie and support our communities.
Intel maintains strong alliances with national organizations that address and promote topics related to advancing diverse talent. In addition to sponsoring and participating in events hosted by these organizations, we serve as trusted advisors and partners in creating solutions for the issues facing diverse populations.
On January 6, 2015, CEO Brian Krzanich announced the Diversity in Technology Initiative. To support this initiative, Intel has set a bold new hiring and retention goal to achieve full representation of women and underrepresented minorities at Intel by 2020. Intel also plans to help build a pipeline of female and underrepresented engineers and computer scientists, to actively support hiring and retaining more women and underrepresented minorities, and to fund programs to support representation within the technology and gaming industries.
“What an exciting time for our industry and our company. Candid discussions about the state of diversity build the foundation for real change in the technology sector. Recent media attention has given us a moment to pause and reflect on Intel’s own diversity journey.”
Renée James, President of Intel named #21 on Fortune’s List of Most Powerful Women in Business and #37 on Forbes 100 List of Most Powerful Women in Tech.
Some of Intel’s recent honors include:
Black Data Processing Associates: Best Companies for Blacks in Technology
Fortune Magazine: 100 Best Companies to Work For
Hay Group: 20 Best Companies for Leadership
Hispanic Association of Corporate Responsibility: Corporate Inclusion Index
Human Rights Campaign: Corporate Equality Index
National Association for Female Executives (NAFE): Top Companies for Executive Women
Working Mother Magazine: 100 Best Companies for Working Mothers
An important part of our industry is the supply chain. On May 6th, Intel announced a new goal of spending $1 billion with diverse-owned suppliers by the year 2020 – a fundamental step toward increasing diversity in the technology industry as a whole.
Intel is helping transform the lives of millions through education. We are committed to programs and initiatives that ensure underserved and underrepresented students have access to technology and are inspired to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). The Intel Computer Clubhouse Network is an after-school community-based learning program that gives underserved youth the chance to access and explore cutting-edge technology. Our Diversity Scholar Program gives students the opportunity to gain hands-on work experience as Intel interns, while our Stay With It™ online community is designed to motivate engineering students on their path to graduation.