Intel invests in programs for girls and women around the world because education is a fundamental right, and tech opens doors to opportunity.
Intel believes education is a fundamental right and technology opens doors; all around the globe, Intel invests in programs for girls and women to advance opportunity and change the world.
Aware of tech’s empowering potential, Elisabeth Ashmore created a brain-computer interface that may provide quadriplegics the ability to communicate.
Recognizing the potential of technology to give a voice to the voiceless, Elisabeth Ashmore, an Intel ISEF award winner, created a brain-computer interface that may provide quadriplegics the ability to use brain waves to communicate via computer.
Algae Girl and Intel STS winner Sara Volz continues her crusade for algae biofuels and STEM education as she majors in biology and chemistry at MIT.
Sara Volz, Algae Girl and first place winner of the Intel Science Talent Search 2013, continues her crusade for algae biofuels and STEM education while majoring in biology and chemistry at MIT.
With the help of the Girl Rising project, Senna moved to a larger town to continue her education and has now been accepted to university.
Girls Who Code teaches coding skills through computer and STEM projects to inspire and prepare girls for college and technology-related jobs.
Intel, with help from 10x10act.org, is out to change girls’ and women’s future worldwide by fostering education, opportunity, and a fair chance.
Smart girls create a smart world with healthier people, less child marriage, and a better economy for developing countries that educate girls.