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Intel® She Will Connect: Executive Summary

Summary: Intel® She Will Connect program uses digital literacy training, peer networks, and gender-relevant content to fix the Internet gender gap.

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Intel For Change: Mindsets are Changing in Barriers to Education

Intel For Change student ambassadors talk to girls in India to identify barriers to education and find that mindsets are changing.

Educational Programs for Girls and Women

See education and technology at work to empower girls and women, benefitting communities and society in the process.

Intel and the Right to Education

Intel believes in the right to education and invests in girls’ and women’s empowerment by improving quality, training teachers, and supplying tools.

Intel Program Helps Egyptian Women and Literacy Education

Teachers use the Intel® Learn Program to teach students in Al-Fayoum, Egypt, enabling girls to launch an adult literacy class and enrich communities.

Intel’s Corporate Responsibility in the Supply Chain

Intel works to better corporate responsibility through a conflict free mineral supply chain and engages openly with the all supply chain levels.

Intel in Rio Rancho, New Mexico

Supporting environmentalism, Intel in Rio Rancho, New Mexico sponsors the Water Conservation / Xeriscape Conference for educating conservation.

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Establishing a Conflict-Free Supply Chain

Intel travels the world to create sustainable sourcing solutions, improve lives in those geographies, and establish verified conflict-free products.

Leviathan at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2014

Intel Labs and World Building Media Lab at USC showcase Leviathan at CES 2014, combining technology, film, and gaming to revolutionize storytelling.

Intel ISEF Recipient Creates Colon Cancer Test

Inspired by cancer’s impacts, 2013 Intel ISEF top honors recipient Keven Stonewall created a colon cancer test vaccine with 100 percent effectiveness.