Discover how women and girls inspired by access to education and technology overcome hardship and build a better future.
Discover how women and girls inspired by access to education and technology overcome hardship and build a better future for themselves and their communities.
High school student hopes her research linking poor teen body image to unrealistic media portrayals helps change how physical beauty is represented.
High school researcher Elisabeth Burton hopes her work linking poor teen body image, eating disorders, and low self-esteem to unrealistic media portrayals can change how physical beauty is represented in magazines.
Argentinean students use Intel International Science and Engineering Fair project to save local “Crown of Thorns” trees from deforestation.
Argentinean high school students use Intel International Science and Engineering Fair project to save local “Crown of Thorns” trees from deforestation by finding new uses for the trees and petitioning the local government to create a reserve.
Read about the Intel® Learn Program and how students in Egypt help their community by starting a program to teach adults to read.
Read about the Intel® Learn Program and how students in Egypt are helping their community in Al-Fayoum with the problem of illiteracy by starting a program to teach adults to read.
Haitian-American shares how Intel Computer Clubhouses provided stability while in foster care and scholarship support for college.
Haitian-American shares her story of how Intel Computer Clubhouses helped her find stability and succeed in school while in foster care, eventually helping her with scholarship support and internships for college.
Orphan Impact reduces the number of runaways by offering Vietnamese orphanages weekly computer training classes and Intel® classmate PCs.
With the help of Intel® classmate PCs and Intel Education Service Corps, Orphan Impact connects Vietnam’s orphans with new education possibilities and a weekly computer training class, reducing the number of runaways from state-run orphanages.
Believing that education is a fundamental right, Intel pairs with World Vision for more educational opportunities, especially for women in Africa.
Intel interviews women in Africa, India, and Central America about the Internet gender gap in developing countries and benefits of Internet access.
Intel, with help from 10x10act.org, is out to change girls’ and women’s future worldwide by fostering education, opportunity, and a fair chance.