As a woman who loves the outdoors and time with her horses, Kelah Krause knows what a clean environment looks and feels like. In fact, she has incorporated this passion for the environment into her role as logistics analyst for AT&T’s Lancaster distribution center in Texas.Read More »
The People | Planet | Possibilities Blog is a resource for the latest AT&T corporate citizenship and sustainability news and updates.
AT&T Makes Million Dollar Contribution to Girls Who Code to Support Next Generation of Female Tech LeadersAugust 21, 2014 11:24 AM by AT&T
Support Demonstrates AT&T’s Continuing Efforts to Promote STEM Education and Close the Gender Gap in Tech Industry
One of the most challenging, yet fulfilling parts of my job is learning about who our customers are and how to engage with them. We understand that when individuals walk into an AT&T store, they usually want to learn more about our devices and services, but we also want to help them learn more about who we are as a company.Read More »
Across the United States, and especially throughout the South and West, drought has been a persistent problem that is more and more -becoming the new normal.
Some recent photos from America’s largest reservoir, Lake Mead, show how drought is drastically reducing water reserves. This month, its water levels sank to a record low and federal water managers predict that by next spring, the level will have dropped even further.Read More »
For the past two years, I’ve had the privilege to host TechGirls – an international exchange program for girls from the Middle East and North Africa – at AT&T’s office in D.C. for a day of job-shadowing.
It’s one of my favorite days of the year. Getting to know these students and seeing their passion for technology is always inspiring.Read More »
Working with someone like Judy Agerton is an inspiration.Read More »
Packaging is a key component in protecting and transporting our products efficiently as they flow through our supply chain into the hands of the customer. Packaging also serves an important function in educating the customer on the features and functionality of our products while enhancing our AT&T brand.Read More »
To visit a sixth grade class today is to be reminded of how quickly the world is changing. The students I sat with recently at Middle School 223 in the Bronx were nearly fluent in multiple coding languages and had just created their own content-based websites. They are 11 years old.
AT&T Contributes To Great Futures At Local Boys & Girls Clubs Through Dropout Prevention Program & Employee MentorsAugust 5, 2014 9:00 AM by AT&T
Thousands of youth served by Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) concluded the 2013 – 2014 academic school year successfully with the help of supporters like AT&T, that provided more than $1.7 million to Clubs across the country. With funding from AT&T, BGCA expanded its dropout prevention program BE GREAT: Graduate to increase high school success and readiness by adding a 9th grade cohort. The pilot cohorts just completed their first year, helping 250 9th graders across the country successfully transition into high school. In the 2014-15 school year, AT&T also will host mentoring events for BGCA students.Read More »
I coach my nephew’s little league team here in Texas. What impresses me most about these young players is the enthusiasm that they have for being a part of a team. While they care about their individual performance, they care more about the team. At a young age, they fundamentally understand that they rise and fall together.Read More »