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Intel Education Service Corps Senegal 2012                         Education                         Service Corpsmarieme....
Pilot Scope10 Classmate PCs deployed                                  140 studentsto an Elementary School near            ...
What we gained                 Education                 Service Corps
An opportunity to introduce computing       technology to students                                  Education             ...
Learning from and supportingTeachers in curriculum development                                 Education                  ...
Seeing end users learn with our           products                                  Education                             ...
Seeing childrens faces lit up         EVERYDAY  outside of the classroom       Education                                 S...
Win and have fun till the end    with a school party                         Education                         Service Corps
Jërëjëf Senegaal Merci pour tout   Education                   Service Corps
Education              Service              CorpsCorporate Overview       2012               Education                    ...
Intel Education Service Corps               Innovative program for Intel employees               to support education in d...
IESC Projects & Partners                                                             Egypt                                ...
Intel/NGO CollaborationNGO Provides   Technology infrastructure – purchases at least 20 classmate PCs   Scope of work base...
Making An Impact31 projects, 167 volunteers, 11 countriesBenefiting 1k teachers and 53k students1,248 classmate PCs deploy...
Rigorous Employee Selection1. Minimum requirements        Full time, blue badge (exempt or nonexempt)        At least 1 ye...
Typical Project Timeline- 4 month cycle, 2x/year                                                     Volunteer            ...
For more information on collaborating with the Intel Education Service Corps, please contact us:  ●   Luke Filose  ●   Int...
Past Programsin the African continent        & in Haiti                           Education                           Serv...
IESC Project Summary: Egypt                         Egypt                         CARE            2H’09            Deploye...
IESC Project Summary: Kenya2H’09Initial project visits to Thika and Rusinga Island . The KagenoProject on Rusinga features...
IESC Project Summary: Senegal           Senegal           World Vision             2H’11             Installing computer l...
IESC Project Summary: Uganda2H’10Trained 650 students at 2 schools and 2BRAC locations focused on empoweringyoung girls.Bl...
IESC Project Summary: Zambia1H’11Deployed 20 CMPCs in off-grid school, trained14 teachers and 200 students, architectedsol...
IESC Project Summary: Haiti    Haiti    Zynga.org, FATEM                       2H’11                       Installed a com...
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Intel CSR in Senegal 2012 & IESC Corporate Overview

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Intel CSR pilot program in Senegal and overview of the Intel Education Service Corp past programs in the African continent.

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Intel CSR in Senegal 2012 & IESC Corporate Overview

  1. 1. Intel Education Service Corps Senegal 2012 Education Service Corpsmarieme.doukoure-amoa@intel.com
  2. 2. Pilot Scope10 Classmate PCs deployed 140 studentsto an Elementary School near exposedFatick5 teachers trained on PC Next tooperational skills, enablingthem to introduce computingtechnology to their Generationclassrooms computing technologyIntel Teach Getting StartedCertificates awarded,enabling the school to train & Learningadditional teacher training in per half a day ofthe community instruction Education Service Corps
  3. 3. What we gained Education Service Corps
  4. 4. An opportunity to introduce computing technology to students Education Service Corps
  5. 5. Learning from and supportingTeachers in curriculum development Education Service Corps
  6. 6. Seeing end users learn with our products Education Service Corps
  7. 7. Seeing childrens faces lit up EVERYDAY outside of the classroom Education Service Corps
  8. 8. Win and have fun till the end with a school party Education Service Corps
  9. 9. Jërëjëf Senegaal Merci pour tout Education Service Corps
  10. 10. Education Service CorpsCorporate Overview 2012 Education Service Corps
  11. 11. Intel Education Service Corps Innovative program for Intel employees to support education in developing countries Works with trusted NGO partners Teams of 4-6 Intel employee volunteers with technical and training expertise, both cross-Intel and business unit sponsored Local immersion for 2-week projects Projects support the deployment of Intel classmate PCs Volunteer project blogs posted at blogs. intel.com/csr 31 projects completed since 2009 Education Service Corps
  12. 12. IESC Projects & Partners Egypt Bangladesh CARE Save the Children, BRAC Haiti Zynga.org, FATEM Senegal World Vision India CARE Vietnam Orphan Impact UgandaEcuador MaendeleoFundacion Nobis Found., BRAC Kenya Orphans Overseas, Kageno Project, Free The Children Zambia Bolivia World Vision Save The Children SUMMARY OF RESULTS 31 projects, 167 volunteers, 11 countries Benefiting 1k teachers, 53k students 1,248 classmate PCs deployed $3.2M in skilled labor donated Education Service Corps
  13. 13. Intel/NGO CollaborationNGO Provides Technology infrastructure – purchases at least 20 classmate PCs Scope of work based on technical and training needs Arrangements for local lodging, meals & transportation Guidance & supervision for volunteers on the projectIntel Provides Help in defining project scope of work Volunteer selection & training Technical assistance and training (valued at $100k per 2 week project) Funding for employee travel, meals & lodging Education Service Corps
  14. 14. Making An Impact31 projects, 167 volunteers, 11 countriesBenefiting 1k teachers and 53k students1,248 classmate PCs deployed$3.2M in skilled labor donated “I used to see the computer as the hardest thing in this world, now I can use it.” – Student in Uganda “It is an honor to have the privilege of working alongside such high caliber professionals.” – IESC Client “One of the best experiences I’ve had in my whole life.” – Intel Volunteer Education Service Corps
  15. 15. Rigorous Employee Selection1. Minimum requirements Full time, blue badge (exempt or nonexempt) At least 1 year with Intel “Successful” or higher in last performance review Ability to commit for full program duration Manager reference and consent Criminal background check & volunteer/mentorship agreement2. Desired qualities Service motivation Adaptability, flexibility, pro-activity Knowledge of local language, culture3. Specific skills Specific content knowledge for one+ of five roles: Network engineer Software engineer Teacher trainer Technical trainer Project manager Education Service Corps
  16. 16. Typical Project Timeline- 4 month cycle, 2x/year Volunteer Engagement-Teams deploy March-May, Sept-Nov 2 months part-time backfill “day job” part-time (continue “day job”) (return to “day job”) Application Window Interview Logistics Training In- Post-mortem (4 weeks) s (2 weeks) (4 weeks, ~ 8 hrs/wk) country (2 weeks, 4-8 hrs/wk) (2 weeks) (2 weeks) Education Application Interviews Training Service Corps Personal Top candidates Self-study (2-3 Help NGOs deploy information short-listed based weeks) Intel-powered Short essays on minimum 1-day F2F training classmate PCs describing requirements, on CMPC Teach PC basics & experience and desired qualities & platforms & educational content to service specific skills sample content students / teachers / motivation Panel interview of Final team parents Manager most promising planning and Blog about Certification Form candidates packing (1 week) experience Resume Logistics Flights, visas, immunizations, Post-mortem schedules, Presentations to background checks, stakeholders, etc. etc. PR/articles/etc. Education Service Corps
  17. 17. For more information on collaborating with the Intel Education Service Corps, please contact us: ● Luke Filose ● Intel Education Market Platforms Group ● luke.w.filose@intel.com ● (408) 765-0938 Education Service Corps
  18. 18. Past Programsin the African continent & in Haiti Education Service Corps
  19. 19. IESC Project Summary: Egypt Egypt CARE 2H’09 Deployed 500 CMPCs in 20 schools in Upper Egypt, total of 13,000 students to benefit, 56% girls Blog highlight: “Somehow, on schedule, 500 Intel-powered classmate PCs and 20 teacher laptops have been configured and installed in mobile carts in 20 schools.” Blog links: CSR@Intel #1, CSR@Intel #2, CSR@Intel #3 2H’10 Focus on troubleshooting and increasing utilization at original 20 schools Blog highlight: “This was the best thing that happened to me, an un-forgettable experience.” Blog link: CSR@Intel Education Service Corps
  20. 20. IESC Project Summary: Kenya2H’09Initial project visits to Thika and Rusinga Island . The KagenoProject on Rusinga features mobile lab with CMPCs and solarchargers. Karibu Centre in Thika has a pre-school for children fromnearby slums and a program for teenage mothers. Blog links:CSR@Intel #1, CSR@Intel #21H’10Deployed 12 CMPCs and repaired existing CMPCs at two locationsand trained 4 IT staff2H’10Rebuilt 14 computers, trained 2 IT staff, revamped wireless Kenyanetwork at Karibu Centre, trained 9 teenage mothers and pregnant Orphans Overseas, Kagenoteenage girls, worked in nursery for abandoned babies. Blog links: Project, Free The ChildrenCSR@Intel1H’11Follow up training, repair of CMPCs at 2 locations, installed solar“extended classroom” Blog links: CSR@Intel #1, CSR@Intel #22H’11Setting up a computer lab of 18 CMPCs in Kisaruni, an all-girls highschool in the Maasai Mara (Free The Children) and configuring 25new CMPCs for Karibu Centre in Thika (Orphans Overseas) as wellas installing new English learning software from Waterford Institutefor pre-schoolers Education Service Corps
  21. 21. IESC Project Summary: Senegal Senegal World Vision 2H’11 Installing computer lab at Tattaguine high school in Fatick (central) province with 24 classmate PCs, identifying local content and providing professional development resources to the teachers. Education Service Corps
  22. 22. IESC Project Summary: Uganda2H’10Trained 650 students at 2 schools and 2BRAC locations focused on empoweringyoung girls.Blog highlight: “Thank you Intel for not onlyproviding the technology to make thishappen, but for providing the IntelEducation Service Corps so we, employeesin gray cubes, can see the magic happen.”Blog links: CSR@Intel Uganda Maendeleo Found., BRAC1H’1120 CMPCs deployed, 530 students trainedat 3 locations, training center set up.Traveled to several locations with solar-powered mobile classroom.Blog highlight: “We have seen howincredibly hungry young people are foropportunities to learn and expand theirhorizons…” Blog links: CSR@Intel #1,CSR@Intel #2 Education Service Corps
  23. 23. IESC Project Summary: Zambia1H’11Deployed 20 CMPCs in off-grid school, trained14 teachers and 200 students, architectedsolar-powered computer lab in modifiedshipping containerBlog highlight: “…the lessons of Zambia weredemonstrated every day by the students andteachers—the uninhibited joy of learning,their depth of gratitude and appreciation forour contributions, the beautiful smiles andthe grace with which they approach liferegardless of the circumstances. I am forevergrateful.” Blog links: CSR@Intel #1,CSR@Intel #2 Zambia World Vision Education Service Corps
  24. 24. IESC Project Summary: Haiti Haiti Zynga.org, FATEM 2H’11 Installed a computer lab with 35 classmate PCs in new English immersion school in Mirebalais sponsored by Zynga. Trained 150 students on PC basics and worked with 6 teachers and 5 school administrators on computer skills, classroom collaboration software, and internet research skills. Education Service Corps

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