Intel was founded by inventors, and the company’s continued existence depends on innovation. We recognize that the health of local economies—including those where our employees live and work—is improved by access to technology and quality education that prepares individuals for the jobs of the future. As the pace of technological progress accelerates, we’re entering a “Fourth Industrial Revolution...” that will require new skills and experiences for youth to be successful in the future. We believe technology is a force for positive social impact and has the power to be a great equalizer, but only if everyone has access to it. We want to redefine what it means to be an innovator by expanding who has access to technology skills and experiences.