Intel has a long-standing commitment to managing human rights across our business, in our supply chain, and in the usage of our technology. This Human Rights Day, our CEO is updating the Intel Values to underscore our commitment to inclusion and respecting human rights, and empowering our employees to support organizations advancing inclusion in communities around the world.
The Maker Movement has the potential to change the future of computing for girls and women.
See how the Intel® She Will Connect program is helping women change their lives.
Intel’s Chris Young makes the case for prioritizing diversity, empowering girls and women with computing and leadership skills.
Intel connects women and minorities to tech opportunities at hiring event to help build career relationships.
Former fellows and members of GEM talk about their experiences and why diversity is so critical to success.
Members of IGLOBE (Intel Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, or Transgender Employees) group offer advice in this "It Gets Better" video campaign.