Intel Involved Volunteers
Intel knows volunteering builds goodwill and good business. The global corporate volunteer program—Intel Involved—identifies worthwhile opportunities for individual volunteers and, team projects as well as days of community service.
Intel employees make a difference around the globe by helping educate and train people of all ages. They advance initiatives to foster safe and healthy communities and use their technical knowledge to support endeavors where it is most needed.
When Intel employees commit hours, Intel commits dollars. The Intel Involved Matching Grant program awards cash grants to eligible organizations based on the number of hours that Intel employees volunteer.
Encore Fellowship Program—extending employee volunteerism
Intel Encore Career Fellowships are aimed at active Intel U.S. employees who are retiring and wish to transition to a new stage of work with local nonprofit organizations, where they help the organization build capacity, operate more efficiently, and, ultimately, have a broader impact on their communities.
Intel in Action
- Intel: Multi-Billion-Dollar Manufacturing Investment
- Intel® Technology Fights Hunger at Roots
- Discovering Science Through Design
- SciFest Inspires Science Excellence
- Transforming Women and Girls’ Lives
Announcing investments of $6-8 billion on manufacturing technology at existing U.S. factories.Learn more on how Intel invests in America’s future >
Coalition uses laptops to educate African farmers on crop disease, boosting growth for food supply.See how Intel® technology empowers farmers >
Education program offers hands-on, project-based course to encourage science and engineering study.Read how Intel inspires students in science >
Exhibition for Irish students to share work, inspire learning, and promote STEM research and study.See how SciFest fosters tomorrow’s leaders >
Intel programs elevate women and girls’ status through education, tech use, and entrepreneurial skills.See how Intel programs empower women and girls >
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Changing victims’ lives in a Sudanese village with prosthetic limbs made from a 3-D printing lab.
Malaysian Student Creates an Organic Battery
International science fair finalist uses cellulose as an energy source.
The Right to Education
Intel invests in girls’ and women’s empowerment by improving teacher training, tools, and more.
Beyond 12 Eases Path to Graduation
Yesenia shares her college journey successes, struggles, and the impact of her Beyond 12 coach.
Leviathan at CES 2014
Intel Labs and World Building Media Lab revolutionize storytelling through technology.
NetHope Aims to Stem Cassava Disease in Africa
Initiative uses Intel®-based computers to stop cassava disease from threatening food security of millions.
Effective Colon Cancer Tests
Inspired by cancer’s impacts, Keven Stonewall created a 100 percent effective cancer test vaccine.
Progress Thru Processors Powers Research
Progress Thru Processors uses unused processor power to run tasks for humanitarian research projects.
Pseudomonas Infections and Jenna Hartley
Jenna Hartley wants to help people through medical research, like those with CF-related infections.
Verbalucce and Margie Morris
Intel Labs scientist discusses how to improve communication by analyzing how we talk to each other.
Titan Arm Exoskeleton
The creators discuss the challenges behind the Titan Arm exoskeleton and how it can improve lives.
Establishing a Conflict-Free Supply Chain
Intel visits global sourcing locales to create solutions for a verified conflict-free product.
Connecting People to Their Potential
We seek to put technology to work for the greater social good.
Video: Supply Chain Responsibility
Intel addresses corporate responsibility through a conflict free mineral supply chain. (2:51)
Intel Environment Award Winner 2008
Cheetah Conservation Fund and others use technology to solve environmental issues. (6:45)