- Attendance at board meetings is open to all retirees who are members of IRO. If you would like to listen to your board at work, please send a request with one week’s notice to Barb Frank at Frankbarbara@sbcglobal.net.
- Are you a new retiree? Visit the IRO website for key information or contact our mailbox (firstname.lastname@example.org). IRO has members who can help answer your retirement questions. Note: Within 2 weeks, your retiree email account will automatically be established.
FROM THE BOARD – Barb Frank, President
Once a year hundreds of Intel retirees gather at various major sites for our annual dinners. This is an opportunity to renew friendships, network and hear current Intel news. Annual dinners are open to retirees and their guest. Visit site calendars (or see calendars below) for specific event details at your nearby site. Email invitations will be sent in September to IRO members who are near a site where there is a dinner.
Sites still looking for speakers are Folsom and New Mexico. If you would like to recommend any current Intel VP as a speaker, send the name and site to our mailbox and we will take care of the invitation to speak at our fall dinner. Names and bios can be found here.
ADD TO THE DYNAMICS OF THE IRO BOARD AS THE NEW SECRETARY
IRO has an opening for Board Secretary beginning January 1, 2017. To view all IRO roles, including Board Secretary, please visit our new Roles & Responsibilities page here. If you are interested in joining this dynamic and fun team and be in the know, send an email to email@example.com with a brief bio and let us know your interests.
TAKE A SURVEY AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE
The IRO board is looking for input to help target our products, services and communication methods to meet your needs! One thousand of you will be receiving a short survey that will arrive in your mailbox right after Labor Day from the Intel Retiree Organization. So be alert for our request and check your spam folder, just in case. Thanks in advance for the help!
HEALTH & BENEFITS – Tom Piete, Chairperson
INTEL’S 2017 RETIREE ANNUAL ENROLLMENT IS NOVEMBER 7 – DECEMBER 2, 2016
Click here to read more.
KEEPING YOU INFORMED: RETIREMENT, LEAVING INTEL AND YOUR UBS ACCOUNT
Click here for more information.
DISCOUNTS – Cheryl Pruss, Chairperson
ARIZONA SCIENCE CENTER DISCOUNT NOW AVAILABLE TO RETIREES
Click here to learn more.
COMMUNICATION – Debbie Watson, Chairperson
LIFE AFTER INTEL: HAVING FUN – LIFELONG LEARNING FOR RETIREES
As a retiree, you have the opportunity to enroll in free, or discounted, classes offered at state and private colleges and universities across the country. Click to learn more.
ONLY THE PARANOID SURVIVE
Read the recent New York Times interview with Brian Krzanich on Intel’s new mission – fresh uses for Intel’s “paranoia” which includes thoughts on a revision of Moore’s Law.
VOLUNTEER – Ben Manny, Chairperson
HAVE YOU TRIED INTEL GET MATCHED?
Click here to sign in to the new Intel Matching Gifts program announced last month. First time users need to contact firstname.lastname@example.org to create an account and obtain the required log in information. Intel Get Matched replaces the fall community giving campaign and will annually match retiree donations up to $5,000 for eligible non-profits, PLUS $5,000 for qualifying educational organizations. Donations can be made using credit cards, stock, or even from a donor-advised fund. For complete details of the program click here.
NO CHANGES TO THE INTEL INVOLVED PROGRAM
The new matching gifts program has NOT changed the Intel Involved program which pays eligible non-profits for retiree submitted volunteer hours. This is covered in the matching gifts FAQ. Retirees need to submit volunteer hours using this web-based form. Complete details are posted here.
SITE VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
IRO’S SITE VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES CONTINUE TO BE UPDATED Please visit your site’s link under the Volunteer tab on IRO’s website or to view multi-site opportunities, visit the All Intel Sites Opportunity page.
|ARIZONA – Crockett Elementary Resource Center, Chandler Education Foundation’s Golf Tournament, Anderson Elementary–Project Lead the Way||BAY AREA – Fun science experiments for elementary students, community outreach, environmental volunteers, Boys & Girls Club of Peninsula||FOLSOM – 60 new opportunities encompassing; animals, human services, children, environment, STEM|
|MASSACHUSETTS – UMass Cancer Walk, Habitat for Humanity; United Way of Tri-County, Wheat Community Connections||NEW MEXICO – United Way of Central New Mexico||OREGON/WASHINGTON – OMSI Maker Faire, Ano Arts Academy, engineering mentors for Southridge High School|
UPCOMING SITE SOCIAL EVENTS
Visit individual site calendars to view details of social activities in your area.
|ARIZONA – November 16 – 6th Annual Dinner at Ocotillo Country Club – Guest speaker: Steve Megli||BAY AREA – October 1 – afternoon social; November 17 (please note date change) – Annual Dinner at Michael’s Shoreline – Guest speaker: Josh Walden||FOLSOM – November 3 – Annual Dinner at Empire Ranch Golf Club – Guest speaker: TBD|
|MASSACHUSETTS – November 5 – Annual Dinner at The Manor – Guest speaker: Rachael Hamer||NEW MEXICO – November 17 – 1st Annual Dinner at Club Rio – Guest speaker: TBD||OREGON/WASHINGTON – Sept. 13 – lunch; Oct. 12 – Annual Dinner at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club – Guest Speaker, Julie Coppernoll; Dec. 13 -lunch|