Promoting STEM Education

We believe in the power of knowledge and technology to transform lives and enable people to solve problems with purpose.

Opportunity for All

A strong foundation in math, technology, science, and computer engineering can empower young people with skills and confidence to launch a life of learning, career success, and contributions to society. We are targeting our work on STEM education to advance gender and racial equity, with a commitment to expand technology access to fuel human potential in every community.

Why closing the gender gap matters

Intel® She Will Connect

The Intel® She Will Connect initiative connects middle school girls to hands-on technology experiences that inspire them to become innovators and encourage their interests in technology, engineering, and computer science. Through new partnerships and collaborations, we are expanding the program across the U.S. and into other countries.

Million Girls Moonshot

In 2020, the Intel Foundation, STEM Next Opportunity Fund, and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation joined forces with the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation to launch the Million Girls Moonshot. The Intel Foundation has committed $1 million to scale the effort, which aims to equip 1 million more girls from under-resourced U.S. communities with an engineering mindset. The initiative uses the Intel Future Skills curriculum, and Intel volunteers share their technology expertise with participants in after-school and summer STEM programs.

For a million great reasons

WiSci STEAM Camps

Women in Science (WiSci) Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) camps—developed through a partnership between Intel, the U.S. Department of State, and the United Nations Girl Up campaign—aim to bridge inequity gaps in technology. The Intel Foundation supports the camps, where Intel volunteers use Intel Future Skills curriculum and enable girls around the world to experience robotics, drones, coding, AI, leadership training, mentorship,  and friendship.