Chip Shot: Intel Encourages Engineering Students to STAY WITH IT
Paul Otellini, President and CEO of Intel, Charles Bolden, NASA Administrator and Dr. Gary May, Dean of Engineering of Georgia Tech, discuss the importance of engineering to American innovation in front of hundreds of Georgia Tech students.
Today, the President’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness in collaboration with engineering schools, Intel, Facebook, MTV and Google officially launched the STAY WITH IT campaign on the campus of Georgia Tech. STAY WITH IT is the first student outreach campaign focused on connecting engineering students to a community of their peers and experienced engineers, role models and influencers to encourage and motivate them to stay with the field of study and graduate with an engineering degree. To learn more, please visit the STAY WITH IT Facebook page.