In October 2018, Intel achieved full representation of underrepresented minorities and women in our U.S. workforce—two years ahead of our 2020 goal! We also began globalizing our analytics and, in early 2019, announced that we had achieved gender pay equity globally. By bringing together people with a wide range of perspectives, backgrounds, and experiences—plus encouraging a community of openness and inclusion—we continue to shape the future of technology.
A founding member in the Reboot Representation Tech Coalition, Intel and 11 other companies have pledged more than $12M to double the number of women of color graduating with computing degrees in the U.S. by 2025.
Intel is also involved in a variety of programs to support and retain women, including the Pay It Forward (PIF) initiative and Women at Intel Network (WIN). The company has invested in the Technology Pathways Initiative, a partnership with Center for Advancing Women in Technology (CAWIT).
Intel has made strides over the years, and we continue to look for and implement partnerships and programs to increase female retention, especially for women of color.
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In October 2018, Intel announced that we reached full representation of underrepresented minorities and women in our U.S. workforce — two years ahead of schedule! By bringing together people with a wide range of perspectives, backgrounds and experiences — plus encouraging a community of openness, and inclusion — we continue to shape the future of technology.
Recognizing that diversity and inclusion are critical to our success is just one step. It's our action and efforts that lift goals into reality. You can read the full 2018 Intel Diversity Report here.