Doing the Right Things Right
It is an Intel Value to be an inclusive, great place to work, and an asset to our communities worldwide. Volunteering builds goodwill and is good for business. Our global corporate volunteer program—Intel Involved—matches volunteers with worthwhile opportunities for community service. We encourage our employees to share their experience, talent, and passion with schools and other nonprofits around the world. Over the last decade, Intel employees have volunteered more than 10 million hours in the community.
Supporting Meaningful Causes
When Intel employees commit hours, Intel commits dollars. The Intel Involved Matching Grant Program, funded by the Intel Foundation, extends the impact of volunteerism by donating cash to qualified nonprofits and schools where Intel employees and retirees volunteer at least 20 hours of service in a year. Over the last five years, the program has granted $43 million in matching grants to local schools and nonprofits.
High Impact Volunteering
The Intel Employee Service Corps offers extraordinary employee volunteers the opportunity to hone their talent and passion for service through unique engagements. Projects are designed to create pathways to opportunity and growth through technology in collaboration with non-profit partners.
Extending Employee Volunteerism
Intel Encore Career Fellowships are aimed at active Intel U.S. employees who are retiring and wish to transition to a new stage of work with local nonprofit organizations, where they help the organization build capacity, operate more efficiently, and, ultimately, have a broader impact on their communities.