Connect with former co-workers – Share tips and discuss topics at the IRO members-only Facebook page.
FROM THE BOARD – Barb Frank, President
A PAT ON THE BACK
Our mailbox received a nice compliment from Phil Skeba, a 2016 retiree, who wrote, “I just want all of you to know how much I appreciate the work that you do in behalf of the Intel Retirees. I just received the March update and it is full of great info and tips on making sure we stay current with Intel developments.” As President, I’d like to thank all of our 30 IRO volunteers who have made our growing organization of 5,000 worldwide retirees so successful. Our committees (Health, Benefits, Volunteer & Donations, Website, Communication and Site representatives) work closely with Intel to keep us all connected and informed. If you are interested in becoming involved, drop us a note at email@example.com.
|ASK IRO Mailbox
Question: I am confused about my IRO email address. What is it and why do I need it?
Answer: See FAQs for detailed information. As always, you may send your specific questions/issues to the IRO Mailbox.
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.
COMMUNICATION – Debbie Watson, Chairperson
CONCLUDING SPONSORSHIP OF THE INTEL INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FAIR
After 20 years of supporting the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, Intel is set to conclude sponsorship in 2019. Read more.
|INTEL GRABS MEDIA ATTENTION WITH ITS PURCHASE OF MOBILEYE|
|Technology News – Reuters: Intel’s $15 billion purchase of Mobileye shakes up driverless car sector. (12-minute video)||Wall Street Journal: Intel Joins Silicon Valley’s Race to Make Best ‘Server on Wheels’||IEEE Spectrum Intel Buys Mobileye for $15 billion|
INTEL’S TECH CULTURE MAGAZINE
iQ by Intel is our tech culture magazine that brings you deeper into the lives of people and the technologies they are using to change the world. Explore About iQ by Intel.
WANTED: FORUMS ADMINISTRATOR EXPERTISE
In response to the IRO Survey, we want to pilot discussion forums. Would you like to be the administrator of our pilot program? If the pilot is a success, this could grow into on-going administrative responsibilities. If you’re our person, email Debbie Watson via the IRO mailbox at firstname.lastname@example.org.
VOLUNTEER AND DONATION COMMITTEE – Ben Manny & Annette Bachmeier, Co-chairs
IS YOUR ENCORE FELLOWSHIP COMING TO AN END?
Congratulations to all the Encore Fellows who are finishing up their fellowships with their non-profits. Just a reminder that any hours you volunteer at your non-profit after your fellowship stipend has ended are potentially eligible for the volunteer matching grants funds. Check this link Intel Involved for details.
JOINING OUR TEAM—THANK YOU!
We are excited to announce that Terri Noll from Arizona, and Cindy Morrow from New Mexico, have joined our team as local site volunteer coordinators. They will be partnering directly with their local Intel community engagement managers on Intel Involved opportunities for retirees. We are still recruiting volunteers for our other major sites. Please contact Annette Bachmeier or Ben Manny if interested in joining our team.
AN OPPORTUNITY TO VOLUNTEER FOR ISEF 2017
Intel Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) will fill the entirety of the Los Angeles Convention Center in downtown Los Angeles the week of May 14-19. To get a sense of the importance (and the spectacle) of Intel ISEF please see this brief three-minute video of highlights from last year’s Fair. Opportunity details posted on the IRO website here.
SITE VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
IRO’S SITE VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES CONTINUE TO BE UPDATED
To view site opportunities, visit the All Intel Sites Opportunity page.
|ARIZONA – April 12 AZ Science & Engineering Fair needs judges; Outreach Program for Ahwatukee Seniors||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 – Habitat for Humanity; United Way of Tri-County, Wheat Community Connections||NEW MEXICO – United Way of Central New Mexico||OREGON/WASHINGTON – AARP Experience Corps mentors; high school STEM mentors needed; Oregon Robotics Tournament & Outreach Program; Engineering Mentors|
UPCOMING SITE SOCIAL EVENTS
Visit individual site calendars to view details of social activities in your area.
|ARIZONA – Want to help with social activities or need information? Contact Sharon Bernier||BAY AREA – May 12 annual lunch at the Crow’s Nest in Santa Cruz (11:30-1:30); RSVP to Cheryl Pruss by Monday, May 8th||FOLSOM – Want to help with social activities? Contact Vicki Valens|
|MASSACHUSETTS – Want to help with social activities? Contact Pam Moschilli||NEW MEXICO – Intel NM is forming its golf league – a scramble will be held April 19; Isotopes baseball game May 22 at noon – ACT NOW to get seats with IRO group. Click for all event details. Welcome back Site Coordinator Gina Trujillo!||OREGON/WASHINGTON – April 11 at 1:00pm
The CheeseCake Factory
Washington Square, 9309 SW Washington Square Rd., Tigard
RSVP to Angela by 12 noon Monday, April 10