Education & Skills Building

AT&T is investing in projects and organizations that create learning opportunities, promote academic and economic achievement, and address community needs. In doing so, AT&T is creating a skilled and diverse workforce that powers our company — and our country — for the future.

Education Technology

Technology is making it easier for everyone — regardless of age, gender, income or geography — to learn anytime, anywhere. We find, develop, and invest in innovative tech solutions that address real education and skilling challenges. In 2015, we launched the AT&T Aspire Accelerator to invest in the most promising startups doing just that.


We are helping to empower the next generation of storytellers and creators by exposing them to skills, careers and opportunities in the media industry. 

Future Storytellers

Jobs of the Future

To succeed in the global economy, our workforce needs the right skills. We support organizations that help people build the skills they need for successful careers in technology, media and telecommunications, with a focus on providing opportunities for people from diverse and underrepresented backgrounds.


A high school diploma is a critical step in preparing for the future. We are part of the Grad Nation campaign to drive America to a 90% high school graduation rate for the class of 2020. We support programs with proven success in helping more underserved young people graduate and thrive in the future.

High School Success



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Since 2014 in Udacity Nanodegree courses that prepare learners for high-demand tech careers


Our Collaborators



Year Up

Communities In Schools


Urban Alliance

Proyecto Pastoral

Rutgers University – Rutgers Future Scholars

America’s Promise Alliance (Grad Nation Campaign)

Civic Enterprises (Grad Nation report)

Genesys Works

Friends of the Children (foster youth)

City Year

College Possible

YMCA of Greater NY

Project Grad Houston

Child Net

Girls Who Code

Fresh Films

Urban Arts