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Intel’s passion for innovation is reflected in our strong commitment to social responsibility. Through donations, grants, and volunteer service, we strive to be an asset to the communities where we live and work.
Intel Involved is our corporate volunteer program designed to encourage, support, and recognize employees who volunteer in their communities. Through this program, Intel employees volunteer their time and talent to build strong communities that are inclusive, economically empowered, and environmentally sustainable.
Intel employees have always volunteered using their professional skills to benefit the community. As the community needs have increased, so have employees’ interest in providing legal, human resources, marketing, and information technology (IT) expertise to help schools and organizations meet their challenges.

Helping Schools Develop Quality Controls
As the Intel Corporate Manager for Operational Excellence, Rudy Hacker is an expert in defining processes and systems to maximize organizational quality. Intel isn’t the sole beneficiary of his skills. Through his volunteer efforts, Arizona schools and nonprofits are also improving their efficiency and productivity. Hacker and his Intel team developed a skills-based volunteer project in partnership with the Arizona Quality Alliance, an organization dedicated to improving organizational performance in the nonprofit sector.

Read the full Intel Involved Encourages Skills-based Volunteering Article.

Intel’s passion for innovation is reflected in our strong commitment to social responsibility. Through donations, grants, and volunteer service, we strive to be an asset to the communities where we live and work.
Intel Involved is our corporate volunteer program designed to encourage, support, and recognize employees who volunteer in their communities. Through this program, Intel employees volunteer their time and talent to build strong communities that are inclusive, economically empowered, and environmentally sustainable.
Intel employees have always volunteered using their professional skills to benefit the community. As the community needs have increased, so have employees’ interest in providing legal, human resources, marketing, and information technology (IT) expertise to help schools and organizations meet their challenges.

Helping Schools Develop Quality Controls
As the Intel Corporate Manager for Operational Excellence, Rudy Hacker is an expert in defining processes and systems to maximize organizational quality. Intel isn’t the sole beneficiary of his skills. Through his volunteer efforts, Arizona schools and nonprofits are also improving their efficiency and productivity. Hacker and his Intel team developed a skills-based volunteer project in partnership with the Arizona Quality Alliance, an organization dedicated to improving organizational performance in the nonprofit sector.

Read the full Intel Involved Encourages Skills-based Volunteering Article.

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