Prof Sandy Feder's 3 Days at Intel Summer 2001


August 13 - 15, 2001                     Summer Internship for Educators
Presented by Intel Corporation                               Folsom, California

"Set high goals and force your students to reach them".
"Doing just as well as I did last year is a failure".
Doug Busch, VP and Director Information Technology


Business in general and Intel in particular wants people who have the following skills:

  1. Problem Solving Skills
  2. Results Orientation
  3. Leadership and Team Skills
  4. Written and Verbal Communication Skills
  5. Ability to Adapt to Change

And are US Citizens, with 3.0 GPA and willing to relocate.

More Details: communication skills, business skills, team work - collaboration, project management skills, cultural diversity, results oriented, self directed and self motivated, customer service skills, fluent in English, knowledge of all the MS products, Unix experience ability to deal with ambiguity, change, chaos, People skills, listening skills
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Prediction:In the next 5 years (2001-2006), demand for Information Technology employees will grow by 30%

Salaries at Intel:

Base Rates for Technology Interns in 2001

  • Working on BS or BA => $3-4,000 per month
  • Working on MS => $3,500-4,500 per month
  • Working on PhD => $5-6,000 per month

Recent Graduates

  • 4 year technical degree $45,000 - 55,000 /year
  • MS technical degree $50,000 - 60,000 / year
  • PhD technical degree $70,000 - 80,000 / year
  • BA non-technical degree $40,000 - $45,000 /year
  • MA non-technical degree $45,000 - $55,000 /year
  • MBA non-technical degree $65,000 - $80,000 /year