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Intel Citizenship Programs

Intel Citizenship programs

At Intel® we strive to be an asset to the communities around the world where we live and work. We value our neighboring communities here in North Kildare, the home of our main campus in Ireland, and we are excited to launch the second Pride of Place competition.

About the competition
The Intel® Pride of Place competition is about enriching the lives of people in our local communities of Leixlip, Celbridge and Maynooth. 

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Intel in your community

Intel in your community

Each year a large percentage of our employee population across Ireland volunteer their time in the communities where they live and work. In the last 5 years employees have volunteered more than 266,000 hours supporting a variety of community based initiatives and projects.

Click here to view approved organisations as of  July 2014.

Stakeholder Engagement

Stakeholder Engagement

Maintaining an open dialogue with our stakeholders has allowed us to build positive and constructive relationships within our community. Intel has established a number of different forums to connect with a variety of stakeholders across the community.

Measuring our impact

Measuring our Impact

We invest in evaluation and impact measurement across a wide number of our programs. Evaluating our various initiatives enables us to better understand how they are impacting our communities and helps us to identify where we can use our programs to greater effect.

Click here to visit Global Intel Citizenship website