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Intel Is Recognized Around the World for Efforts to Encourage Innovation
Kids Digging Costa Rica
Intel Costa Rica received the 2001 Community Service Award of the Costa Rican-American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) for the second successive year. The award recognizes corporate community involvement in Costa Rica, and the award committee specifically cited Intel's consistent involvement in community and educational programs.

Intel Jerusalem received the Jerusalem Award for 2001 in recognition of community activities and volunteer service, particularly in the area of community-based education. This marked the first year the award was presented to a commercial or industrial organization.

United States
CEO Dr. Craig Barrett, received the Founders Award from the National Alliance of Business for his commitment to improving education and workforce excellence.

Students Working on a Laptop Utah
As a result of its outstanding outreach program, including grants, donations, and volunteers, the Intel Utah site received the Outstanding Business Contribution Award from the City of Riverton. In 2001, Intel Utah helped support the University of Utah's Step-By-Step Bridge Program, an in-residence summer enrichment camp designed to increase the number of minority and women students who select careers in engineering and science. In addition, the Intel Foundation and Intel Corporation donated nearly $570,000 in cash and technology during 2001 to Utah primary, secondary, and university institutions.

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