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  • Nearly 10,000 students participated in last year’s Inventor’s Challenge – with the winner devising a multi-purpose cane to improve people’s lives. See how we're encouraging young people to create innovative and imaginative solutions for their schools and communities.

    Do You Know a Young Problem Solver? The AT&T and Inventor's Challenge is Back - AT&T People | Planet | Possibilities

    Through the Inventor's Challenge, we've watched children make their vision come to life and embrace their entrepreneurial side. Creations have included a device that detects excessive stress on structures and alerts emergency services, "sky shoes" to help people reach those way-too-high items and a mobile app designed to help individuals with disabilities navigate their community.

  • Through her nonprofit QSA Foundation, our own Sheila Parson connects veterans to vital resources, helps young people explore career options and much more. Learn how she’s teamed up with her colleagues to give back to veterans and their families:

    AT&T Employee Gives Back to Veteran Community - AT&T Careers

    Veteran and AT&T employee, Sheila Parson, provides veterans life-saving job resources through her nonprofit, QSA Foundation.

  • We’re proud to rank #1 ranking on Racing Toward Diversity Magazine’s quarterly list of the Top 25 public companies for Diversity and Inclusion. See how we earned the top spot:

  • We’re giving thousands of #STEM innovators access to affordable #tech training with our Nanodegree program. See how our partnership with Udacity is prepping learners for the 21st century workforce.

    AT&T's Nanodegree Program Provides Affordable Training for High-Demand Tech Jobs

    Learn more about AT&T's Nanodegree Program, accessible, affordable training for high-demand tech jobs.

  • Looking for a company that will empower you to make a real, measurable difference? See why we’re named one of the top companies where you can find meaning in your career.

    27 Companies Where You Can Find Meaning at Work

    You want more than just a paycheck-you want to find meaning in your job. These 27 companies have rewarding positions open right now.

  • Last year, over 440,000 homes and small businesses in hard-to-reach areas gained high-speed internet access. See why we’re so proud of our hardworking teams for making these connections possible.

    AT&T Delivers Internet Connection to Over 440,000 Homes & Small Businesses in Hard to Reach Areas

    AT&T has fulfilled its promise to make high-speed internet available to over 440,000 homes and small businesses in hard to reach locations across 18 states by the end of 2017. At the start of 2017 the vast majority of these locations lacked a high-speed internet connection entirely.

  • Yami has overcome life’s challenges (including being the sole provider for her family) using her resilience and bilingual skills to build her career. Hear how she found the support and opportunities to achieve success.

    How the women in Yami's life inspired her to step up for her family:

    When Yami's family fell on hard times, she pushed herself to take on the role of sole provider and looked to the women in her life for inspiration:

  • Some of our top leaders share how the Internet of Things can be a force for good. From health and safety to carbon emissions, learn how #IoT is improving our world.

    5 ways IoT is being used for good causes

    With these increased connections and improved access to high-speed networks, IoT has the ability to address and help solve many challenges we face today. At AT&T, we've positioned ourselves as one of the leaders in this space. Here are five ways IoT is being used for good causes: 1.

  • We’re so grateful to work alongside such generous people. Last year, our team members gave over $38 million to their local communities. See the impact of their generosity:

    Thanks for being so generous

    Together, AT&T employees donated over $38 million in 2017 to help their communities.

  • We're working hard to push ultra-fast internet as far as it can go. With our AirGig technology, our teams are aiming for more than 1 gigabit per second over power lines. Learn how:

    AT&T Launches Project AirGig Trials to Bring Ultra-Fast Internet Over Power Lines Closer to Reality

    AT&T* launched an international trial of its unique Project AirGig technology and has also just launched a second trial in the U.S. in Georgia. AirGig is a first-of-its-kind system. It could one day deliver internet speeds well over 1 gigabit per second via a millimeter wave (mmWave) signal guided by power lines.

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