Intel Community College Mentoring Initiative
The Intel Community College Mentoring Initiative (CCMI) is an opportunity for STEM Center students studying electrical engineering, computer science, or software engineering to interact with working professionals at Intel. It is designed to open communication while still being very manageable for busy students.
This is a great opportunity to both make important professional connections and earn a certificate of completion that will make a very nice entry on a resume. Participation is limited to twenty students.
This mentorship program is an opportunity for you to share any ideas, challenges, frustrations, and questions you might have about your current and future college education or your future career options. The mentors are experienced Intel professionals who have volunteered to be your mentor, they are excited to share their experiences and knowledge. Leverage this experience and knowledge as you communicate with and learn from your mentor.
What are the time commitments?
The expectation is one or two e-mail exchanges per week. There are no specific dates or times for communication. The purpose of the program is to leverage your mentor at Intel, thus, the more interaction you pursue with them, the more benefit you will gain out of the mentorship. The program is delivered via email. However, you may have the opportunity to tour Intel's campus in Folsom and meet with Intel employees, engineers and mentors.
How do you apply?
To apply, students must submit both a complete application and a faculty letter of recommendation (including the recommendation form below) no later than November 5, 2018 at 11:59pm. Applications should be E-mail in PDF form to firstname.lastname@example.org. Faculty letters of recommendation and the completed recommendation form should be submitted in person to the STEM Center (Portable Village 603B).
Application Form: Intel CCMI Application Form (Due Nov. 5)
Faculty Recommendation Form: Intel CCMI Faculty Recommendation (Due Nov. 5)
All components of the application are due no later than November 5, 2018 at 11:59pm.
Pictured Below: Intel CCMI students and Program Leaders at the 2017 Spring CCMI Reception.