Intel works with governments and NGOs across the region to deliver education, digital literacy, and entrepreneurship programs that empower communities, improve employability, and increase economic opportunity.
Community Education for Youth
The Intel® Learn Program provides opportunities for youth in underserved communities to achieve digital literacy and acquire skills in problem solving, critical thinking, collaboration, and entrepreneurship. Through this non-formal education program, learners discover how to use computers effectively to improve their community. The program has reached more than 1 million learners in 13 countries in Asia Pacific.
Digital Literacy for Adults
The Intel® Learn Easy Steps digital literacy program is designed for adult learners who have little or no experience with computers. The program is aimed at helping adults in developing countries learn basic computer skills, such as Internet searching, e-mail, word processing, spreadsheets, and multimedia so that they can participate personally and professionally in the digital world. Developed and launched in Asia Pacific, Intel Learn Easy Steps is deployed through partnerships with governments and NGOs.
Entrepreneurship for Communities
Intel entrepreneurship programs are focused on helping individuals obtain the skills, technology, and resources they need to start businesses in their communities to create employment and accelerate economic growth. Partnering with local NGOs, we have transformed lives by offering basic business management training, digital literacy, and startup assistance, particularly in underserved rural areas.