As Kendall Washington’s familiarity with AT&T grew, so too did his opportunities. Find out how he pursued his dream working in tech through the help of The NETwork - AT&T’s African American Employee Resource Group.
These kids met as strangers and left as collaborators - working together to tell the stories of Westside Atlanta as they lived it. See how commitment and determination helped these young filmmakers achieve their dreams.
Years of hard work paid off when Allison Whittaker earned the Black Engineer of the Year award. See how a little motherly wisdom drove her innovation and how she's preparing the next generation of inventors.
Our teams’ long history of mentorship leaves us a lot to be thankful for on Thank Your Mentor Day. We intend to keep the trend going, see how we’re helping students connect with leaders to help plan out their future.
The holidays are behind us, but nights remain long and chilly. See how we help Redaptive conserve power when heating and lighting building through our IoT network.
Women in tech isn’t just about programmers and engineers. See how these women technicians started their careers in a male-dominated field and make watching tv, calling our families, and browsing the internet possible.
Kelly took advantage of learning to program at a time when having access to a computer was rare in China. Now 25 years later, she shares her STEM experience, and advice for women looking to break into the field.
Heather is the director of one of our software architecture teams, and she’s never met a stranger. See how she turned love for her community into action when her hometown suddenly hung by a thread.
There’s nothing wrong with a lecture, but sometimes seeing (and doing) is believing. See how students learned the strengths of sustainability through our work with UT Knoxville.
Imagine a world where you can take a phone call on your watch... Wait, you already can! We once dared people to imagine a world of possible technology. 25 years later, their predictions are our reality - so we’re doing it again.