Intel Santa Clara is home to the flagship Intel Museum, which includes a collection of more than 60,000 historic artifacts. Each year, over 100,000 people from around the world visit the museum to learn about Intel's history and the evolution of computing and computer technology.
Cool stuff at Intel Santa Clara
In addition to our many benefits and programs, employees get a bunch of other perks! Here's a peek at some of the cool stuff that makes Intel Santa Clara a great place to work. State-of-the-art fitness centers (including personal trainer sessions)
Sports courts and fields (basketball, volleyball, walking/jogging path)
Indoor recreation amenities (billiards, gaming consoles, ping pong, game/rec room, table football/foosball, community zones with satellite HDTV)
Cafes with free fruit, coffee, hot chocolate, cappuccinos, and soda
Campus store, dry cleaning, ATMs
Health for Life Centers (onsite healthcare for employees), blood pressure machines, Weight Watchers sessions, and nursing mother rooms
Onside transportation services such bike repair, car washes, and oil changes
Family Fun Night events and employee discount programs
Networking platforms where employees can connect with each other
Caring for our planet and inspiring the next generation
Intel hires students and graduates from San Jose State University, Stanford, and University of California, Berkeley, as well as other California institutions such as University of California at Davis, USC, and UCLA.
Intel Santa Clara works with local schools to bring the latest tools to today's young innovators. We help improve science, math, engineering, and technology programs and develop programs that create opportunities for students to go into high-tech fields.
Intel is committed to helping women and the underserved minorities in our communities pursue higher education and technical skills, and we provide programs specifically targeted to them at a wide variety of learning institutions.
Intel Santa Clara is also involved in many local community organizations, such as The Boys & Girls Clubs, Industry Initiatives for Science and Math Education (teacher summer fellowship program), Students Recycling Used Technology, and Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement.