- Intel Corporation update30+ days ago
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work at Intel? Our employees give you an inside look at what they discovered when they first started. What they have to say may surprise you. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIfFI
- Intel Corporation update16 days ago
Intel puts its money—$125 million—where its pledge is.
Change tomorrow. Start today.
We’re in a prime position to reinvent the future and looking for visionaries to join us. Are you ready to make an impact?
As the world leader in silicon innovation, Intel develops technologies, products and initiatives to continually advance how people work and live.
Our world is filled with 41,000 engineers bent on turning science fiction into science fact. And our work never stops. From hardware and software engineering, to manufacturing and marketing, we're looking for people who never stop thinking about tomorrow.
Inside Intel you’ll find scientists, engineers, accountants, MBAs, even a futurist. Whether you’re an intern, college graduate, experienced professional, or a military veteran or current military professional looking to transition, we have positions in business and technical disciplines all over the world.
If you want to be part of something amazing and help create a better future—we have an opening for that. Take a closer look.
There's more inside Intel than you ever imagined.
At Intel, we see potential, opportunity and a chance to connect and enrich the lives of every person on earth.
Step inside our world and you'll find one brilliant mind after another all working together in a spirit of collaboration that is simply contagious. This drives us to exceptional results. And opens unexpected career paths.
At Intel, we believe that a workforce made up of people with unique experiences, varied points of views, and diverse skills makes us a stronger company. The impact our technologies have on people’s lives around the world is a direct result of our diverse employees. You’re what’s next.
Together, we can change the world.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, CES 2015
Why does Intel believe Inclusion is such an important topic? Watch the panel discussion held at CES 2015 and hear why diversity is crticial to our company's success.
Working at Intel — What to Expect
When you work for Intel, you join a company where your career—and your life—can benefit from long-term stability and continual growth. With employees located in 46 countries, Intel lets you play a role in developing and supporting industry-leading innovations while working with diverse people around the world. Intel employees are making a positive impact globally.
Life at Intel
At Intel, we know it's what's inside that counts. That's why we want you to meet our people. See who we are, what we do, how we balance life and work, and what we value.
Step into our world and experience it for yourself.
DISCOVER MORE INSIDE INTEL
You're much more than a resume. We're much more than a chip company.
We're problem-solvers and potential-creators building amazing experiences. There's more inside Intel than you ever imagined. We invite you to take a closer look. Choose a career path to discover more inside at Intel.
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You bring the brilliance. We provide the opportunities for you to shine.
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Where do I fit inside Intel?
Intel recruits university students and college graduates of all ages from around the world. So, whether you're a current student interested in internships or have graduated in the last 18 months, you'll discover endless opportunities at Intel—including many rotation programs.
Find out what opportunities are available based on your academic degree(s).
The Intel Internship
See your options for getting valuable work experience before graduation.
Get a breadth of experience in your area of interest.
At Intel, we're not just about work, we're also about fun! Join us, have fun playing the new Intel ChipMan game
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Big company provide apportunity to work in a big team.
Very focused, provide less flexibility to learn outside the work.
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Getting an Interview
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Intel Corporation (Chandler, AZ).
Received a call to confirm a day and time to arrange a phone interview. The phone interview, I thought, was terrible. The interviewer didn't seem interested based on his tone (seemed distracted and rushed). Oddly enough, I was called in for an in-person interview really quick (within a week or less). This was composed of a series of four interviews over the course of four hours. None of the questions were technical or related to the position, but more along the lines of behavioral and similar. I left firmly believing I had the position but was called a week later that I didn't get it.
I'm honestly a very shy and anxious-ridden person and didn't feel the interviews were that bad. Just be prepared for a long day/half day, be able to answer questions quickly, etc.
This whole process took about two weeks. I think this was because I had an employee referral.
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