BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition
Intel Ireland is a major sponsor of The BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition. The grand prize award for the best project in the Chemical, Physical and Mathematical sciences category is sponsored by Intel and includes an all-expenses paid trip to America to compete in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in May. For more information about ISEF Click Here.
The BTYSTE is the longest running Science based competition in Europe and one of the longest running in the world and in its history has had 65,000 students participate with 31,000 ideas. Why not visit www.btyoungscientist.ie to learn more.
The Sentinus Young Innovators Competition
The Sentinus Young Innovators competition is an annual event designed to celebrate the achievements of young people in the areas of science and technology and to raise public awareness and support of these disciplines. The event comprises of exhibitions of science and technology project work from schools in the primary and secondary sectors in Northern Ireland. In recent years more than 500 students between the ages of 8 and 18 years have participated.
Each year Intel Ireland sponsors the prize for the competition's technology category. The winners of this category, along with their teacher, receive an all expenses paid trip to America to compete in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in May. For more information about ISEF Click Here.
SciFest is a series of one-day science fairs for second-level students hosted locally in schools and at regional level in the Institutes of Technology. The SciFest project consists of four distinct strands – local, regional, national and international. The aim of the project is to encourage a love of science, technology and maths through active, collaborative, inquiry-based learning and to provide a forum for students at local, regional and national level to present and display their scientific investigations.
The main sponsors of Scifest are Intel Ireland and Discover Science and Engineering along with a number of other partners. The Overall Scifest national winning project receives an all expenses paid trip to America to compete in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in May. For more information about ISEF Click Here.
Why not visit www.scifest.ie to learn more.
Transition Year Program
Intel offers a week-long interactive program which gives students the opportunity to experience a number of workshops and facilitated sessions which will provide them with an insight into the world of engineering and science as well as some of the business functions evident at Intel.
This program is split between two locations; the Science Gallery, Trinity College Dublin and the Intel Campus, Leixlip, offering students the opportunity to see many aspects of what we do at Intel. The week long program can accommodate up to 12 students per week. If you would like to receive an application form to take part please e-mail email@example.com.
Cutting Edge Careers
Cutting edge careers is a 60 - 90 minute session targeted at senior cycle secondary school students that helps to promote, educate and provide understanding of the opportunities that exist in technology, engineering and science careers. As part of the program, an Intel employee will visit your school and host the session which includes a presentation and Q&A. Cutting Edge Careers is ideal for Transition Year students or final year students who are considering a career in the world of technology and engineering.
If you would like to register your interest in this program please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Centre for Talented Youth Ireland – Intel Engineering Program
Intel has come together with the Centre for Talented Youth Ireland (CTYI) to introduce a pilot program which invites female students aged between 14 and 17 to participate in weekly engineering based classes which are facilitated through the Centre’s existing structure. The CTYI is the only organisation in Ireland providing challenging academic programmes for young people with high ability. The Centre, which is based in Dublin City University, runs enrichment courses in subject areas ordinarily unavailable at school. This Intel supported initiative is an important way to introduce young females to the world of engineering and the opportunities associated with careers in this area.
The Intel Academy offers Leaving Certificate students the chance to attend Chemistry, Physics and Maths revision workshops at University College Dublin. The revision workshops are hosted by qualified secondary school teachers who are experts in these subject areas. The essential elements of the exam paper are covered along with some study notes and tips. Intel also provide the opportunity to hear some career and CAO advice on the day.
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