AMD is built upon the value of putting people first – our customers, our employees, our shareholders, our neighbors and our communities around the world. We believe that the success of our company is directly related to the health of the communities we call home. As a result, we have a long-standing heritage of investing our core assets of time, money, technology, and volunteer expertise in local organizations to help solve some of society’s toughest challenges. Our involvement helps strengthen our communities while enriching the lives of thousands of AMD volunteers around the globe.
Austin ISD website
AISD is proud of its wide array of programs and services. A Universe of Opportunity for Every Child is more than a slogan. It’s what we promise! We understand that parents want choice, and that’s why we offer a variety of instructional programs devoted to your child’s unique needs, talents, and interests. Committed to preparing students for the challenges and opportunities of the 21st Century, we invite you to discover the offerings at your neighborhood school, and at AISD’s specialized magnet schools and focus academies.
Freescale Austin Technology & Manufacturing Center is Freescale’s 8-inch wafer manufacturing facility in Austin, Texas. The 120,000-square-foot factory specializes in advanced CMOS processes such as strained silicon and silicon-on-insulator. In production since 1995, Freescale Austin Technology & Manufacturing Center produces high-performance microprocessors and microcontrollers for the computing, networking and wireless markets. It has technology capabilities to the 90-nanometer technology node.
Intel Austin, primarily a design center where next-generation microprocessors are being developed, is also home to many innovations that are key elements in shaping the future of computing in the Internet economy. The Austin offices feature several volunteer programs that give employees unique and rewarding opportunities to get involved in the Austin community, including creek cleanups and participating in National Engineers Week. The office offers careers in the following areas: Integrated Circuit Engineering, Hardware Engineering and Software Engineering.
The University of Texas at Austin website
The University of Texas at Austin offers students and employers decentralized career services. Collectively, fifteen different career services offices focus their services on the specific needs and priorities of their students and the employers seeking to hire.