Designed especially for young learners in developing countries, the Intel® Learn Program extends learning beyond the classroom with an engaging, project-centered approach. Intel Learn is an informal education program that teaches youth the skills they need to succeed in our increasingly knowledge-based economy, with a focus on technology literacy, problem-solving, critical thinking, and teamwork.
From Argentina to the Ukraine, Intel Learn has enriched the lives of more than one million learners in 15 countries to date. Taught in community technology centers, typically as an after-school program, Intel Learn is administered in partnership with local governments, communities, and nonprofit organizations.
Our goal is to ensure the effective use of technology in learners between the ages of eight and 25. Find out more about how students all around the world are using Intel Learn to gain new skills—and discovering new paths into their future.
See how the Intel® Learn Program is helping youth from underserved communities develop their problem-solving, collaboration, and technology skills—and giving them the tools to build connections to a brighter future.
From bridge-building in Russia to water conservation in Israel, Intel Learn students are finding all kinds of ways to get involved with their communities.
When kids speak up, local governments listen. Intel Learn has reached more than one million young people, and we’re just getting started.
Intel Learn offers more than 90 hours of engaging, action-oriented curricula that are designed to help students develop the work skills to compete in a global economy.