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Technology Inspires a Better Future

Discover how individuals build a better future with technology; creating the new, reinventing the familiar, and affecting change around the world.

Protecting the Environment for a Better Future

Discover innovative individuals using technology to create a more sustainable world, protecting the environment and helping build a better future.

Corporate Citizenship Inspires a Better Future

Discover Intel’s corporate citizenship, guiding the company to institute many programs that improve education, communities, and the environment.

Educational Programs for Girls and Women

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

10x10 and Intel Partner for Girls and Women

Learn more about 10x10: Educate Girls, Change the World, a film and social action movement for which Intel is a strategic partner.

Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC) Commitment Letter

Letter from Intel executives stating support for Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition’s vision and mission.

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Intel® Technology Solution Fights Hunger at its Roots in Kenya

Study: Partners of Kenyan farmers use low-cost, rugged Intel laptops that operate with limited or no power to teach about cassava pests and diseases.

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Women Become Entrepreneurs with Bag-Making Business

Volunteers help underprivileged women in India establish a thriving bag-making business that creates entrepreneurs and promotes self-improvement.

Undergrads Learn Research Projects Are Relevant

Students gain laboratory experience through an undergraduate program that includes research projects on superconductors and ammonia gas sensors.

2010 Corporate Responsibility Report, GRI Index

Shows how our reporting aligns with the Global Reporting Initiative* G3.1 Sustainability Guidelines, including all “Core” and “Additional” indicators.

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