AT&T: People

AT&T: People

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Interns Code for a Cause
This year I celebrate twenty years with AT&T. I’m a proud AT&T employee. But there are some experiences in particular that remind me why I’m so glad to be here. I grew up the child of a Navy master chief, and I married a Navy Seabee who is now an AT&T employee, too. My work friends know that I’m passionate about my role in the Technology Development Program, which...
Aug 22, 2016 4:35 PM ET
Access and Aging: Leveling the Tech Playing Field
Recently the AT&T Advisory Panel on Access & Aging (AAPAA) met in Washington, D.C. for a semi-annual meeting to discuss needs and trends in the accessibility and aging community with guest speakers and corporate advisors. AAPAA is a group of 15 different...
Jul 7, 2016 2:05 PM ET
Lucy and the #CyberSenior Revolution
Since last year, students like me who are part of the Alabama Association of the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America have been working with AT&T, the Alabama Department of Senior Services and the Alabama Department of Education to bring smartphone and tablet trainings to seniors across the state and to develop a curriculum for those trainings. This year,...
Jun 30, 2016 3:35 PM ET
Civic 50 Award Shines Light on Culture of Community
Paterson, New Jersey is home to me. It’s where I grew up, where I went to high school and where I have driven home to from my job at AT&T every day for the past 13 years. I’m invested in this community and all of the people in it. That is why I care so deeply about what happens here and why I seek out opportunities to make it a better place for my family, my friends, my neighbors and...
Jun 28, 2016 1:20 PM ET
3 Rules I Needed to Know About the Internet as a Dad, According to my Children
Being a father of two girls, ages 18 and 16, is one of the greatest joys of my life. Because of them, over the years, I have perfected bedtime stories, how to play imaginary characters, bad dad jokes and my ability to embarrass each of them in just seconds. Just like we always resist driving directions, I know many dads like myself claim that we don’t need help navigating the internet, but...
Jun 20, 2016 12:45 PM ET