MAPS

Overview

Intel Corporation’s MAPS (Mentoring and Planning Services)

What is MAPS?

Intel’s Corporate Quality Network created a Skills Based volunteering program for Intel employees to share their skills with the community by creating projects to solve real world problems with quality methods.

The program known as MAPS (Mentoring and Planning Services) facilitates matching Intel employees to local groups and is available at multiple Intel sites. To reinforce Intel’s commitment to our communities, MAPS provides employees more opportunities to get involved.

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Why engage with the Intel MAPS team?

Local organizations who engage with the MAPS program receive access to Intel employees and training to help bring new skills to your organization. Typically donating about 10 hours per employee project, the employees team with the organization and are committed to helping you improve organizational effectiveness and efficiency. The project possibilities are as diverse as the requesting organizations which are non-profits or government agencies. Some recent examples are helping a women’s shelter with grant writing, a school with customer service, a police dept. with strategic planning, a fire department with IS applications and a non-profit marketing program.

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How can you engage with the Intel MAPS team in Folsom?

If you are interested in working with the Intel MAPS team in Folsom, please submit a proposal to MAPS.Folsom@intel.com & include the following information:

Name of your organization

Brief description of the organization including:
- Organization’s primary activities
- How long has the organization existed?

Contact person(s) information

Project details including:
- Executive summary of the proposal
- The problem or opportunity statement
- Desired outcome
- Required skills
- Time commitment expectation