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Education for All

Technology plays a major role in improving access to education, as well as improving education quality, for girls and women around the world

Empowering girls through education

Millions of girls around the world have little or no access to education. Intel believes that education is a fundamental right, regardless of gender. Through access to technology, scholarships, and community learning programs, Intel provides girls and women with opportunities for education and personal growth.

Girl Rising Update: Senna’s Journey

Senna comes from a poor mining community in the mountains of Peru. Graduating high school has empowered this Girl Rising champion to reach for her dreams. Watch the video.

 

I am courage portrait

Stoking courage

Change starts with courage. Courageous girls and women around the world are seeking an education to better themselves and their communities.

Gurcharan Singh works for education for girls in India

Boys break tradition

In India, a group of boys from the Intel® Learn Program stand up for the right of their sisters to an education.

Yesenia is the first in her family to go to college

Easing the path to college

For every 100 low-income students who start college, only 15 will earn a bachelor’s degree within 5 years. Beyond 12 seeks to dramatically increase that number.

65 developing countries are losing approximately 92 billion per year by failing to educate girls

Smart girls = smart world

Intel For Change is a campaign to spread awareness about the barriers to girls' education and inspire action to address the gaps.

Patricia talks to students about her engineering path

Education makes it possible

Patricia's story began in a small Kenyan village, and led to a career as a development engineer.

Intel For Change staff talks with students in India

Changing mindsets

The Intel For Change team learns how cultural barriers keeping girls from school are slowly being removed.

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Girl Rising

The film Girl Rising is now available for purchase on iTunes*, Amazon, and girlrising.com. Will you host a viewing party?

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Gender equality in education

Intel developed a new action brief and policy toolbox to help policymakers advance gender equality in education.

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Intel® Learn Program

This informal education program teaches youth in developing countries the skills they need to succeed in a knowledge-based economy.

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Intel Education Service Corps

Intel volunteers and NGOs come together to advance education and opportunity in developing regions worldwide, using innovative technology solutions.

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Advancing economic empowerment

See how we are working with governments, NGOs, and others to improve lives.

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