Intel believes that young people are the key to solving global challenges and that a solid math and science foundation coupled with skills such as critical thinking, collaboration, and problem solving are crucial for their success. Also, as a leading technology company, we depend on the future availability of skilled workers, a healthy technology ecosystem and knowledge customers, all of which are underpinned by initiatives that allow students to experience and explore project based learning linked to science and technology.
Each year Intel Ireland contributes almost €1.3 million to local and national education programs including programs for Primary and Secondary schools students, a number of Science Exhibitions, post-graduate research projects and equipment donations to schools and universities.
Intel seeks to encourage a love of science and maths through active, collaborative, inquiry-based learning programs that positively support the fundamental shaping of interests and preferences for children of Primary school age.
As students embark on an important stage in their learning journey Intel aims to provide inspiration and to give them the opportunity to engage in practical learning experiences which encourage the development of 21st century skills – skills which are at the cornerstone of education transformation practices around the world.
Intel’s success in Ireland has been built on the quality of highly skilled and educated people available in the country. Our 3rd Level programs seek to support the higher education eco-system in Ireland.
Intel Ireland is engaged in a number of education programs that span the learning cycle and provide opportunities to engage in Science and Technology initiatives as as well as programs that address Online Safety for Kids.