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Intel Shannon Women in Technology Scholarship is now closed.
Announcing the Intel Shannon Women in Technology Scholarship Program
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 local schools and colleges to help ensure that our educational system continues to produce the exceptional quality of graduates that has helped to make Intel in Ireland so successful.
- Scholarships for female school leavers, valued at €3,000 each per annum, entering specified four year undergraduate degree courses.
- Scholarships for female students already placed in the first two years of relevant university degree courses, valued at €3,000 per annum, for remainder of their undergraduate courses.
The scholarship program includes opportunities for co-op placements and/or summer internships in the Intel Shannon workplace. To assist with career progression and further education; each scholar will be assigned a mentor from the Intel staff who can assist and provide advice on managing their academic career.
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Criteria for Selection
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If you satisfy the above criteria and enjoy working with technology, then you should consider applying to Intel Shannon for a “Women in Technology” Scholarship.
Maintenance of Scholarships
In order for recipients to continue in the programme, they must achieve a minimum or 75% or equivalent in their examinations at the end of each year.
Intel In Ireland
- A business centre, which provides business and technical support for Intel’s communications customers in Europe.
- A silicon design team, who develop new silicon devices for the communications industry, as part of Intel’s Embedded and Communications Processor Division (ECPD).
- A software development team, who design and write new software for Intel’s embedded processors.
Intel’s facility in Shannon is Intel’s only direct product research and development site in Ireland. The silicon and software teams have delivered three product generations for Intel’s embedded processors since the site was established in 2000. In that time the site has grown to employ over 150 people. Intel Ireland is Intel’s centre of manufacturing excellence in Europe. The campus, located at Collinstown Industrial Park, Leixlip, County Kildare is Intel’s fourth largest manufacturing site overall, and the largest outside the United States. Employment on site is more than 5,000. Intel Ireland’s Leixlip plant is a truly world-class facility producing microprocessors and communication silicon chips that are at the heart of much of today’s computing and communications revolution.
Dates to Remember
WIT Scholarship online application window opens: May 1st ’14
WIT Scholarship online application window closes: September 1st ’14
1st Round Interviews: September ’14
WIT Scholarship 2nd Round Interviews: September ’14
WIT Scholarship Recipients announced: Last week of September ’14 Application Forms