Programme of activity will include projects to increase participation of women in STEM & pilot graduate development programme
Monetary grant of up to €12,000, placement opportunity and Intel mentor offered to students as part of Intel scholarship program As thousands of students across the country this week receive CAO offers and look forward to the next chapter in their education journey, Intel is announcing details of their continued support of a number of Women in Technology scholarships
New report captures the history of biodiversity protection, enhancement, restoration and habitat creation on the Intel Ireland campus as well as broader environmental engagements and plans for the coming years. Intel Ireland has a long history of supporting biodiversity and since first arriving at our campus in Leixlip in 1989 we have worked to enhance,
Intel this year for the fourth time has come together with the Centre for Talented Youth Ireland (CTYI) to deliver a programme which invited female students aged between 14 and 17 to participate in weekly engineering-based classes which were facilitated through the Centre’s existing structure.
Ireland’s ambition to launch Europe’s next generation of software coders via the Junior Cycle took a further step forward last week with the help of computing innovation world leader Intel. Over 50 junior cycle teachers spent a day exploring Coding at the Intel Ireland Campus in Leixlip, with the company also making
Intel Ireland unveiled the 2015 Women in Technology scholars at a special awards presentation held in Dublin on Wednesday November 18th. This is the fourth year of the Women in Technology program for Intel in Leixlip where the initiative was introduced following the success of the same program which has been supported by Intel in Shannon since 2006. The
Intel’s success in Ireland has been built on the quality of highly skilled and educated people available in the country. Through the “Women in Technology” scholarship program, Intel hopes to increase awareness and encourage a new generation of high-achieving women to take up the challenge of a career in technology. Intel Shannon works closely with
Our In Conversation piece this month features Lisa Harlow, External Relations Manager at Intel Ireland.
News Highlights • Intel Ireland has selected Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association (IMNDA) and the Friends of St. Luke’s as its 2015 Signature Charities • Employees will engage in series of different activities and events throughout the year to raise awareness and fund funds for the signature charities • €56,000 was raised in 2014 for
Intel is certified with the Business Working Responsibly Mark The Intel Ireland Campus at Collinstown Industrial Park, Leixlip, County Kildare, is one of Intel’s largest manufacturing sites, and the largest outside the United States. Over 4,000 people work at the Intel campus in Leixlip. In addition, over 200 people are employed at Intel Communications Europe, the Ireland product development