Intel collaborates with Georgia Tech to boost diverse tech-pipeline

Intel announced it will invest $5 million over the next five years in order to deepen its engineering pipeline partnership with the Georgia Institute of Technology, in deploying research-driven solutions to inspire and retain women and underrepresented minorities to start and complete computer science and engineering degrees!

The Intel and Georgia Tech program is anticipated to result in retaining more than 1.000 underrepresented minority students and improve access to thousands more students. The program will support and expand several existing Georgia Tech initiatives, including Summer Engineering Institute, Retaining Inspirational Scholars in Technology and Engineering (RISE), Peer-2-Peer Mentoring, SURE and Focus.


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