Girls and Women as Technology Creators
Inspiring girls and young women to pursue studies and careers in STEM
Why science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) matters
Today, more girls and women are using technology than ever before. But relatively few girls and women are playing a role in creating this technology or are pursuing studies in the STEM subjects needed to gain the skills for careers in technology and engineering. Intel and the Intel Foundation support a range of programs, competitions, and resources that seek to inspire and empower more girls and women to create and build the technology of the future. We focus on programs that feature hands-on activities such as "Maker" and coding, involve peer mentors and role models, and connect technology and engineering careers to positive social impact.
Something in the air
When Naomi Shah's father and brother got sick from poor air quality, she decided to invent a filter to help. She says math and science aren't hard, but "you have to look inside" to believe in what you can do.
A faster charge in your phone's future
Like most teenage girls, Eesha Khare hated it when her cell phone battery died, leaving her disconnected from friends and family. See what she decided to do about it.
Inspiring future scientists—one camper at a time
Savannah Loberger was inspired by an Intel-sponsored Girl Scout Robotics camp in the 5th grade and has embarked upon a lifelong relationship with technology.
What computing will look like in 2020
Intel’s director of Interaction and Experience Research Genevieve Bell reveals just how well our computers have come to know us. The future may be closer than we think.
Inspired to change the world
Intel International Science and Engineering Fair1 finalists have some convention shattering ideas.
Intel Science Talent Search 2014
The best and brightest show off their science at Intel’s annual event
Intel International Science and Engineering Fair
High school students from around the globe present their innovations and compete for scholarships.
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Intel® Education STEM resources
Supporting K–12 Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)
New opportunities for STEM learning
Learning takes many forms, as we learned from these five schools.
NCWIT AspireIT program
The Intel Foundation is supporting NCWIT's work to engage middle school girls to learn about computing alongside mentors from high schools and colleges.