AT&T Honors the Sacrifices, Valor and Service of U.S. Veterans
“Transitioning to civilian life was, and continues to be, challenging for veterans,” says Audrey, Public Sector director at AT&T. “I am grateful to work for a company like AT&T that is committed to supporting active military personnel, their families and veterans like me. When I joined in 2016, I was embraced by a warm and welcoming company culture that values the skills, leadership, and experiences that veterans bring to the corporate world.”
Our commitment to supporting veterans is shared by our employees. For more than 39 years, our AT&T Veterans employee group, made up of more than 6,500+ members, has served those who have served our country by offering support and resources for those transitioning into civilian lives as well as engaging with organizations like Carry the Load.
In 2020, AT&T was honored to be selected by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), to deliver a modernized data communications platform that will serve as a foundation for innovative VA technology capabilities. And because we recognize the value in preserving the stories of sacrifice from those who have served our country, we are proud to be the founding sponsor of the National Medal of Honor Museum, set to unveil in 2024 in Arlington, Texas.
On Veterans Day, and every day, AT&T honors and thanks all veterans for their valor, sacrifice and patriotism. To learn more about AT&T’s veterans support or our military discount offers, please visit the AT&T Diversity, Equity and Inclusion website.