re-ignite your passion: making an impact through corporate outreach

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  • 1.Reignite Your Passion Making an Impact Through Corporate Outreach Renee Defeo & Lisa Depew Intel Corporation 1

2. 2 PAST PROJECT CURRENT PROJECT IESC: Intel Education Service Corps Innovative volunteer program for Intel employees to support education in developing countries, with trusted NGO partners Globally-sourced teams of 4-6 Intel employees with technical and training expertise Local immersion for 2-3 week projects 3. 3 Duration: Feb. 28th-Mar. 16th, 2010 NGO Partners: Orphans Overseas & Kageno Objectives: Integrate PCs into curriculum Resolve technical challenges Train teachers, children, and staff Purpose: Improve education Increase access to technology Ignite passion in youth Intel Education Service Corps: Kenya 2010 Thika Rusinga Island 4. 4 Intel Education Service Corps: Kenya 2010 Removing viruses, standardizing SW builds, & prepping systems for class Inspiring children with new technology Unloading systems from our solar-powered, mobile classroom Watching students interact via touch-screen apps Showing the girls photos of themselves, taken during our visit 5. Duration: Oct 20th-Nov 6th, 2011 NGO Partner: Orphans Impact, Tad Kincaid (Founder & Director) Locations: 2 Orphanages in HCMC Tam Binh & Linh Xuan and 1 Orphanage in Vung Tau Five remote orphanages of Lai Chau, Ha Giang, Quang Tri, Tuyen Quang & Cao Bang Objectives: Distance Learning Teacher improvements / interactivity Technical Enhancements Orphan Impact: Orphan Impact is an non-profit organization founded in March 2009. Using CMPC and the internet in Vietnamese orphanages, Orphan Impact is providing next generation skill training to help orphan children to develop self-confidence and prepare for futures beyond the orphanage. Intel Education Service Corps: Vietnam 2011 6. Intel Education Service Corps: Vietnam 2011 Teaching the kids to learn & have fun on the computers Encouraging the children to help each other out and learn Helping the teachers implement various new teaching tools Sharing our Intel world with the kids & showing them they have a world of possibilities open to them Delivering Extra Goodies to the kids (pens, pencils, toothpaste, toothbrushes, Intel gadgets, treats) Implementing a new technology to broaden the capabilities of Orphan Impact 7. Opportunities Exist All Around You!!! Global: Peace Corps*, AmeriCorps*, VSO*, etc. National: SWE*, Breast Cancer Fund*, Humane Society*, etc. Local: SWE*, BBBS*, American Red Cross*, E-week, food banks, etc. At Work: United Way*, food & clothes drives, blood drives, adopt a child/senior at holidays, etc. Look for opportunities inside of your company: Intel*: Disney*: Panasonic* (LIFT): ESPN* (Team ESPN): Microsoft*: Northrop Grumman*: citizenship/education-outreach.html Hershey*s: Citrix: If there isnt one... Go make it happen! 7 *Other brands and names may be claimed as the property of others 8. Corporate Outreach Is a WIN-WIN-WIN Good for You Raises awareness of world issues and companys impact Fulfills humanitarian desire to lift others up & to give back Develops leadership skills & grows employee tool box Good for the Company Develops engaged, empowered, educated employees Raises profile of company on world scale Provides real-world feedback for product use in the market place Good for the Community Increases access to technology and services Raises education levels, income and GDP 8 9. PRES S Click to play video BLOG S SOCIA L MEDIA a once in a lifetime experience Click to view article (in slideshow mode) 1300 likes in 1 day! Click to play SJ Merc video @Intel_CSR @Intel_Education Questions? 10. Back-up 10 11. 11 Intel Education Service Corps: Kenya 2010 12. Intel Education Service Corps: Vietnam 2011