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Intel cannot advise you as to which school to attend or which educational background would be more favorable to Intel in the future. While it's hard to predict future needs we can tell you that the majority of new college graduates we hire today are Electrical Engineering (EE), Computer Engineering (CE), or Computer Science (CS) majors. Many have advanced degrees.

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High school teachers and students have access to a comprehensive directory of science, mathematics and engineering enrichment programs. Intel Corporation and Science Service have published a directory which contains more than 300 listings of science training programs available in the United States and can be found here, (this link will take you off of the Intel Web site. Intel does not control the content of this web site).

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