At Intel, we strive to be an asset to our local communities where we operate. We value our
The Intel® Pride of Place competition is about supporting projects that enrich the lives of people in our local communities of Leixlip, Celbridge, and Maynooth. The competition invites you to share your project ideas to help improve your
A panel of 3-5 judges, made up of business professionals and community representatives, will assess each submission before meeting as a team to deliberate and decide on the winning projects. A maximum of 6 ideas will be funded with €5,000 being be donated to the successful
The application window for the Pride of Place Competition is now closed.
A community project is any idea from an individual or collaborative enterprise that would benefit your local community. Your idea could be anything from encouraging biodiversity in your town or school, to restoring a community area, or supporting an existing club who’d like to expand their services. The most important aspect of the project is that directly improves your community.
Scoil Naomh Brid, Celbridge
As part of its on-going commitment to
Accelerated Reader (A.R.) is an ICT based programme aimed at motivating students to read by guiding them to books suitable to their reading level. Scoil Naomh Bríd students can work at their own individual level and pace to develop the confidence they need to become independent and fluent readers. The A.R. program tracks students’ reading progress and measures the comprehension of each book read. It includes a reward system for motivating students. It also enables parents to log in to check how well their children are doing on a real-time basis.
As recipients of an ‘Intel® Pride of Place’ award, the school was able to considerably expand the library thus bringing this project to fruition ahead of schedule.
1st/10th Kildare Leixlip Confey Scout Group
The Leixlip Scouts installed a traversing wall with the Pride of Place award received from Intel.
The traversing wall is in use at all the weekly Scout Group meeting held in the Scout Den, which is four nights a week from Monday to Thursday. The wall is also used by other Scout Groups and local youth and sporting organisations to come down and practice on the wall.
“I cannot believe how successful and popular the installation of the traversing/climbing wall in our Scout Den has been. Not only to the members of our Scout Group but also local youth and sports clubs and neighbouring Scout Groups.” - the Group Leader with the Leixlip Scout Group.