Kelly is a great job to get into Intel in order to get experience there. The pace is fast, so you better be good at debugging fast, because for me I spent half my time debugging the software I wrote. My Kelly bosses were ok and realistic though. My advice, is you become a coder, try to read up on programming the most you can too. Don't stay at Kelly to long because they do not give raises, but you can at least get good experience and then move laterally to another company.
The benefits are good though, as for a staffing agency. Just the job is not permanent, so I ended up leaving for partially for that reason.
Free Breakfast on Fridays
Kelly takes a cut of your pay and no raises