AT&T is committed to giving employees opportunities to learn and grow. And as our business transforms, we'll continue to need new skills every year.
That's why we've invested tremendous resources, attention and thought toward building the future talent of our company.
"Supporting education has been a priority for AT&T for more than a century," said Chief Sustainability Officer Charlene Lake. "Today, education is more important than ever. We all succeed when our current and future employees are lifelong learners and build the skills they need for the jobs of today and tomorrow."
Learn more about our efforts to support our future workforce from Charlene Lake and one of our former Year Up interns, now an AT&T employee.