Discover how Intel is turning differences into strengths by focusing on global diversity and inclusion using workforce demographics, strategic initiatives, and employee research groups to create a competitive strategy for the global marketplace.
After participating in Intel® She Will Connect, a teacher in Kenya taught her students to code: they developed an app that is saving lives.
Students from over 70 countries compete in the largest international high school science research competition, hosted by the Society for Science & the Public, with breakthrough ideas in STEM.
Each of us can spark change—for individuals, families, communities, and the world. Together, we can make economic empowerment a reality everywhere. The future needs you now.
More than half of Intel’s manufacturing is in America, with facilities in eight states. Employees support nonprofits and educational programs.
Raymond Wang received the Gordon E. Moore Award of US$75,000 at Intel ISEF 2015 for engineering a new air inlet system for airplane cabins to improve air quality and curb disease transmission.Full View >
Karan Jerath received a Young Scientist award of $50,000 at Intel ISEF 2015 for a novel device that should allow an undersea oil well to rapidly and safely recover following a blowout.Full View >