Intel Foundation—helping develop a future diverse workforce and increase interest in math and science education.
Teams from the Intel For Change summit share why they are going to Ecuador, India, and Kenya to learn about local barriers to education for girls.
Intel For Change student ambassadors talk to girls in India to identify barriers to education and find that mindsets are changing.
Student ambassadors for Intel For Change talk to young girls in India and find that mindsets are changing when it comes to educating girls and identify barriers to education.Vue complète >
See how Intel helps guarantee the use of conflict-free minerals in consumer devices and improve the lives of miners in sub-Saharan Africa.
By sourcing conflict-free minerals in sub-Sarahan Africa, Intel leads others in the fight against using conflict minerals in consumer devices, helping miners negotiate better wages and conditions while preventing armed groups from profiting.Vue complète >
When earthquakes, floods, or other natural disasters occur around the world, Intel and its employees are quick to respond with generous donations of service, cash, and technology. As a global technology leader, we design disaster recovery programs to achieve the greatest impact by leveraging Intel's technical expertise and competencies.
Discover Intel’s corporate citizenship, guiding the company to institute many programs that improve education, communities, and the environment.
Discover Intel’s commitment to corporate citizenship, guiding the company to institute many programs that improve education, inspire communities, and sustain the environment.
Intel Foundation has approved a donation of $100,000 to the American Red Cross who is working with the Pakistan Red Crescent Society on relief efforts.
In the wake of the recent floods in Pakistan, Intel Foundation has approved a donation of $100,000 to the American Red Cross who is working with the Pakistan Red Crescent Society on the relief efforts.
Intel volunteers and the Kenya Karibu Centre educate students and teachers about software and hardware systems to fight computer illiteracy.
Intel volunteers and the Karibu Centre in Kenya educate students and teachers about software and hardware systems to fight computer illiteracy so teachers can use technology in the classroom.