IN THIS ISSUE: ANNUAL DINNERS ARE COMING ADDRESS CHANGES OPEN ENROLLMENT WEBCAST LINKS NEW VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
FROM THE BOARD – Barb Frank, President
HURRICANE HARVEY DISASTER RELIEF
Official Intel retirees interested in donating to the Hurricane Harvey disaster efforts can donate to any eligible organization and request a match within the normal Matching Gifts program guidelines. Click here for more information.
ANNUAL DINNERS ARE COMING UP
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 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.
|ASK IRO Mailbox
Question: I recently changed both my email address and my home address. What is the process for informing the Intel Retiree Organization of these changes?
Answer: To notify the IRO of your email address change, simply send a message with the relevant information to the IRO mailbox. As for your home address change, the law requires Intel to manage that information. We’ve created an instruction sheet to guide you through the process to inform Intel of your home address change.
HEALTH & Benefits – Tom Piete, Chairperson
INTEL RETIREE OPEN ENROLLMENT
Health Care Insurance open enrollment will soon be upon us as we enter the fourth quarter of 2017. To assist retirees, Intel will be mailing out Save the date postcards on 9/05/17, and Annual Enrollment Guides on 10/23/17. To find out more about the upcoming open enrollment dates for 2018 Health Care coverage read 3 OPTIONS FOR MEDICAL COVERAGE IN 2018.
COMMUNICATION – Debbie Watson, Chairperson
CURRENT INTEL BUSINESS STRATEGIES WEBCAST LINKS:
|KeyBanc Global Technology Leadership Forum August 7, 2017 – Link to Webcast||Intel Completes Tender Offer for Mobileye Conference Call August 8, 2017 – Link to Webcast|
VOLUNTEER AND DONATION COMMITTEE – Ben Manny & Annette Bachmeier, Co-chairs
WHAT HAPPENED TO THE FALL COMMUNITY GIVING/UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN?
Last year Intel replaced this annual giving campaign with a new Matching Gifts program. First time users need to contact firstname.lastname@example.org to create an account and obtain the required log in information. Once registered you can make a donation by logging into, https://intel.benevity.org/. For complete details of the program click here.
WHAT IS A PC PAL?
“PC Pals” is an email-based mentoring program started and administered by Intel. Middle school students are paired with Intel employees/retirees during the school year to exchange emails twice per week. This is an ideal volunteer opportunity for retirees as it can be done any time, any place – you just need an Internet email connection. Contact Sam Phillips, email@example.com to sign-up for a Folsom area Title 1 school that is in real need. Click here for more program details and additional sign-up contacts.
NEW – ARIZONA SITE: The Desert Botanical Garden is looking for people interested in sharing information with our visitors about the wonders of the Sonoran Desert. If you enjoy working with people and love the desert go to the Garden website, dbg.org and fill out the Volunteer Application form. New volunteer trainings will be held in October, November, January and February. For more information, email Nancy White or call 480-481-8197.
NEW – AZ MENTORS NEEDED: Inspire children in Phoenix by volunteering as a mentor this fall. Two non-profits, Iridescent and Aguila Youth, have teamed up with Intel’s She Will Connect program to bring Curiosity Machine to three schools in the West Valley and offer students and their families the opportunity to learn how to apply the engineering design by building hands on activities. Events requiring volunteer mentors will be held on 9/21, 9/28, 10/3, 10/19, 11/2. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for training in mid-September!
NEW – OREGON SITE: LEARN HOW TO EXCITE KIDS in 4th to 8th GRADE ABOUT PROGRAMMING & ENGINEERING
Come experience how to mentor kids to program a Lego EV3 robot using a self-paced interactive curriculum developed and field tested by teachers. Class is being offered to both retirees and employees. Volunteer opportunities using this material will also be covered. For more details click here. Class is on September 22nd from 8:30 to noon in the Jones Farm conference center. To register for this class contact Donna Maleki, email@example.com.
SITE VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
To view multi-site opportunities, visit the All Intel Sites Opportunity page.
|ARIZONA – AZ MENTORS NEEDED: Inspire children; AZ PC PALS; Desert Botanical Garden volunteer training Oct., Nov, Jan., Feb. More options too!
|BAY AREA –Palo Alto Art Center needs docents to support their academic year tours – docent training sessions in September. Much more!||FOLSOM – Folsom PC Pals Program; Donate blood and your time; teach digital safety; work with animals; tutor children; opportunities with various human services; STEM|
|MASSACHUSETTS – Habitat for Humanity-Metrowest/ Greater Worcester; United Way of Tri-County, Wheat Community Connections||NEW MEXICO – For many NM opportunities visit the New Mexico Volunteer Connection
|OREGON/WASHINGTON – EXCITE KIDS ABOUT PROGRAMMING in 4th to 8th grade – Lego EV3 training Sept. 22|
UPCOMING SITE SOCIAL EVENTS
Visit individual site calendars to view details of social activities in your area.
|ARIZONA – Annual retiree dinner Nov. 14 at Ocotillo Country Club – 5:00-9:00p.m. – details coming in Sept. Want to help with social activities or need information? Contact Sharon Bernier||BAY AREA – Lunch on Sept. 22 from 11:30a.m. – 1:30p.m. at Bierhaus in Mountain View; Annual retiree dinner October 25, Michael’s at Shoreline – 5:30 – 9:00p.m.||FOLSOM – Annual retiree dinner Dec. 1 at Empire Ranch Golf Club – 5:30-9:00p.m.
Looking for FM Site Social Coordinator. Contact Vicki
|MASSACHUSETTS – Annual retiree dinner October 18 at Cyprian Keyes Golf Club – 5:30 – 9:30p.m.; Want to help with social activities? Contact Pam Moschilli||NEW MEXICO – Oct. 2 – happy hour at Corrales Bistro; Nov. 2 – lunch at Turtle Mountain; early Dec. – bicycle ride; Contact Gina Trujillo or Mark Jurkowski to help out!||OREGON/WASHINGTON – Annual retiree dinner October 10 at Embassy Suites (must prepay $25 by Oct. 2); December 5 – lunch @ 1:00p.m., location TBD|