AT&T is a great place for diversity according to one of the most prestigious diversity publications.
As seen on US News, Charlene Lake, senior vice president public affairs and chief sustainability officer for AT&T, authored a blog post on how the business community can help to close the STEM skills gap by tapping the special skills of existing employees.
“Good corporate citizenship” is more than just a phrase at our organization: it’s our culture, and I am very proud of that. On the heels of Women’s History Month, AT&T was named among the “Top 50 Companies for Female Executives,” by the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE) for the fifth consecutive year in a row.
A little more than week ago, I took part in the Fifth Annual Women in the World Summit in New York.
AT&T spent 28 percent of its total spend, with certified diverse suppliers – the highest percentage the company has ever achieved through its supplier diversity program.
A dozen AT&T women leaders have journeyed to the fifth annual Women in the World Summit in New York today through Saturday to celebrate inspiring female changemakers who are confronting some of the world’s most urgent challenges.
Another prestigious group has recognized AT&T for its diversity efforts. The
The Global Diversity Leadership Exchange (GDLE), a prestigious executive forum focused on diversity and inclusion strategies to support business objectives in emerging markets, has partnered with the UN Global Compact to promote #globaldiversity at an event on March 27 at New York City’s United Nations Headquarters.
AT&T continues to support service-disabled veteran business owners with Operation Hand Salute. Operation Hand Salute is a groundbreaking national education and mentoring program for service-disabled veteran owned businesses.
This Black History Month, AT&T 28 Days showed the world what happens when you go beyond observing the past and take the time to make history happen yourself.
Success measured by the power of students and mentors coming together.
Disability Matters annually honors organizations that through innovative, organizational approaches, programs and activities, result in the successful recruitment, support and outreach of candidates who either have a disability or dependent with special needs.
Marian Croak Honored at the Black Engineer of the Year Awards
Honoring the Past, Making History Happen with 28 Days of Service in the Community
#ItsOurTime to express our pride in America and everything for which it stands.
By Changing the Community in 28 Days
AT&T is committed to providing accessibility to customers with disabilities. Learn about accessibility services from AT&T.
AT&T employees benefit from training and workshops which motivate and engage employees in the company.
What It Takes to Top the HispanicBusiness Best Companies for Diversity List
Five Minutes for the Best Idea
HACEMOS means we do. As our Hispanic Employee Resource Group celebrates its 25th anniversary, it finds the only thing better than doing is doing more.
Work, learn, grow, lead — all while embracing your heritage. LATINA Style magazine ranked AT&T Company of the Year 2013 after evaluating more than 800 companies. See why we care about diversity.
Learn how one AT&T employee found acceptance in her workplace and how AT&T supports the LGBT community.
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.
Learn how AT&T works to support the LBGT community with campaigns such as LEAGUE and AT&T Live Proud.
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).
DiversityInc has recently named AT&T to its top 50 list again for being a leader in diversity and inclusion.