March is a time to celebrate many things – the arrival of spring, the excitement of basketball championships and the contributions of all the women who’ve helped shape our world. March is Women’s History Month.
Marian Croak Honored at the Black Engineer of the Year Awards
The National Association of Female Executives (NAFE) named AT&T one of the 2014 “Top Companies for Executive Women”.
So you want to become a corporate entrepreneur? Take a piece of advice from our Senior Vice President of Doman 2.0 Architecture and Advanced Services Development, Marian Croak, “Learn by failing, and by failing you learn.”
How to help your business move with the times.
Cathy Coughlin on the challenges of evolving a brand.
New program aims to inspire more young women to pursue STEM careers.
Senior Vice President at AT&T Labs, Kris Rinne, Talks Tech
How a High School Student Got Inspired to Code
AT&T’s Rachel Book will discuss tips for women on career planning, personal branding and more on the Levo League website Tuesday, Nov. 19.
Five Minutes for the Best Idea
AT&T’s Kris Rinne to be Inducted into the Wireless Hall of Fame
In her HuffPo blog post, AT&T’s Marachel Knight debunks work/life balance — and encourages people to “focus on the big rocks.” Learn how identifying your priorities will make life worthwhile.
The PEACE THROUGH BUSINESS® program provides education and mentoring to women entrepreneurs in Afghanistan and Rwanda. Hear how one week in America changed their outlook for the future, and what they hope to teach others back home.
Laura Merling, Vice President of Ecosystem Development & Platform Solutions with AT&T Business Solutions, recently penned a blog for the Huffington Post on what it takes to build a successful career in the STEM field.
The inaugural Women in Tech Hackathon brought women together in Palo Alto for an app design competition designed to inspire STEM careers.
We’re helping app developers turn their ideas into apps. Africa Swing is a new rhythm game first created at an AT&T mobile gaming hackathon.
The acronym stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math and the need for more STEM workers is enormous. STEM jobs are important, because they are tied with how competitive the nation is in the global market.
AT&T is playing an important role in preparing girls and young women to work and succeed in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).