Connecting Women to Opportunity Through Technology
Intel digital empowerment and technology programs connect girls and women around the world to new opportunities
Closing the technology gap
According to the “Women and the Web” report published by Intel and its partners, nearly 25% fewer women are online than men in developing countries in the study, and the gap was 43% in sub-Saharan Africa. Through the Intel® She Will Connect program and other initiatives, Intel is empowering millions of women to connect to a range of new opportunities through technology.
Connecting women to opportunity
Using an innovative combination of digital literacy training, an online peer network, and gender-relevant content, the Intel® She Will Connect program will help young women acquire or improve digital literacy skills and expand their understanding and use of technology.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
Jenna Hartley, Intel International Science and Engineering Fair1 participant, wants to join the medical field so she can help people through research.
The power of a teacher
A teacher in Tanzania uses her training through the Intel Education Service Corps to inspire her students.
A figure skater’s secret to success
U.S. Olympic team figure skater Polina Edmunds, age 15, packed a 2 in 1 laptop and tablet computer with Intel Inside® to make her historic trip to the Sochi Games productive and memorable.
Women and the Web
Bridging the Internet gender gap will expand opportunity for all.
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Intel® Learn Program: Easy Steps
Intel is supporting the needs of adults and youth around the world who seek to learn basic digital literacy skills.
Intel Education Service Corps
Technology is a powerful tool for improving the quality of education around the world.