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Celebrating Girls in ICT Day

Every girl holds the power to change the world

How will you show your courage?

In April, we will celebrate the 2014 International Girls in ICT Day with activities around the world to increase the awareness regarding the importance of encouraging more girls and young women to join the information and communication technology (ICT) sector and pursue science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers. Join us in empowering girls in your life to become future creators of technology, and join the conversation @intelinvolved.

Educate a girl. Change the world.

Girl Rising is a global action campaign for girls' education. It started with a groundbreaking, inspirational film. Now it’s a movement to lift barriers to girls' education, to drive change and motivate leaders to take action. Bring Girl Rising to your community. Buy the DVD and organize a screening, a panel session, a poetry slam -- whatever moves you to action. What counts is that we all do something. Purchase your copy on iTunes, Amazon and girlrising.com.

Intel is a founding strategic partner of the Girl Rising campaign as well as supporter of the digital distribution of the film.

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Yes, girls do code

From creating apps that teach coding to inventing umbrellas that light up when hit with raindrops, girls show they have the skills and vision to excel in technology careers.

Students at Karibu Centre in Kenya dancing

Students pay it forward

At the Karibu Centre in Kenya, Intel volunteers educate students and teachers about computers and educational software, so the whole community becomes more self-reliant.

Three figures: two female, one male.

Intel Science Talent Search

Intel STS finalists demonstrate vision, creativity and determination to make the world better using science. Projects range from seeking better ways to locate cancer cells, to using computer science to find distant galaxies.

Portrait of Eshe Pickett, CompuGirls volunteer

Exposing girls to technology

The CompuGirls program offers girls from under-resourced school districts the opportunity to attend summer and after-school classes to learn the latest technologies in digital media, games, and virtual worlds.

Woman brainstorming for Intel for Change Summit

Intel for Change Summit

The Intel for Change team, including student ambassadors, travel to Ecuador, India and Kenya to learn about local cultures and barriers to girls’ education.

Li Ping Chou working with students

Teacher champions technology empowerment

Li Ping Chou is one of the Intel Teach program’s biggest cheerleaders. See how she uses technology to bring active learning to her Taipei classroom -- and other teachers.

Girls & Women

Intel® She Will Connect

Intel’s new program works to close the technology divide for millions of women around the globe.

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#iamcourage

Small acts of courage can add up to change. Take our Week of Courage Challenge.

I Am Courage >

Help fuel the movement

The film Girl Rising is now available for purchase on iTunes, Amazon and girlrising.com.

Buy it now >

Intel for Change

Learn about historical women who have used technology to effect change around the world.

Smart Girls, Smart World >

Intel Partners: Inspiring Action and Involvement