Intel’s Diversity in Technology initiative has invested in various programs and partnerships to expand the pathway for more underrepresented technical talent. Explore the resources we’ve developed to support and encourage aspiring engineering students throughout their collegiate journey.
Jessica Vanterpool is a Mechanical Engineer at Intel. Jessica knew in the fifth grade that she wanted to become an engineer, but in college she struggled with Algebra.
Steven, an Industrial Engineer, used to be a straight A student until he started college at California Polytechnic State University. He started to get Cs and Ds in his coursework.
Olivia, an Industrial Engineer, graduated from Oregon State University with an Honors Baccalaureate in Industrial Engineering and Minors in Spanish and Business. She chose engineering because she really enjoyed math and science.
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