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  • Our teams are making change that matters in a fast-changing world. Learn more about our corporate social responsibility via FastCompany:

    Making change that matters in a fast-changing world

    Breakthrough innovations such as AI, 5G, and the Internet of Things don't just disrupt industries, they change the very way we live, learn, and work. Technologies like these spur innovations, transforming and benefiting society in countless new ways, and companies who are unable to keep pace with these changes risk falling behind.

  • Our #LifeAtATT Blog is live! Explore employee stories, behind-the-scenes profiles and career tips to see what joining our team is all about.

    Life At ATT Blog - AT&T

    Our people are the best at what they do. follow their stories on the LifeatATT blog

  • Since launching 5G for businesses over a year ago, our teams have been busy making sure 2020 will be a year to remember. From developing 5G standards to increasing deployment speeds, our SVP of Network Scott Mair shares what our people have been up to.

    Find Out What Is Coming for AT&T's 5G Service in 2020

    Welcome to 2020 - the year we pull back the curtain on 5G for consumers, with new devices, new apps and new capabilities. As we take our first steps into this new decade, tens of millions of our customers have a new way to ring in the New Year: 5G.

  • As director of the AT&T Atlanta Foundry, Troy Meuninck manages a team that challenges how technology impacts our lives. Find out what it’s like to invent for the inventor.

    Innovating Technology at the AT&T Atlanta Foundry

    Inventing something that can change the world takes a lot of trial and error. Our AT&T Foundry locations are where our teams think, make, break, and break again to discover how tech can apply in business and our everyday lives. Enter Troy Meuninck, Director of the AT&T Foundry in Atlanta.

  • Our people inspire human progress each day, earning us a spot on 2019 Best Workplaces for Diversity for the 4th year in a row. Learn more about their commitment to empowering the communities around us and helping those in need.

    AT&T Named One of The 2019 Best Workplaces for Diversity

    We are starting out a new year and a new decade with big news: AT&T was named one of the 2019 Best Workplaces for Diversity for the 4 th year in a row. This recognition would not be possible without ouremployees,who live our values and inspire human progress every single day.

  • Thank you to our people for naming us among FORTUNE Magazine's Best Workplaces for Diversity™ in 2019. We're proud of the hard work accomplished this year and can't wait to see what's in store for 2020.

  • Innovation comes from necessity, and first responders' needs are always on the move. Find out how our FirstNet team flipped a classic concept into a new, life-saving device.

    FirstNet Reaches Over 1 Million Connections, Launches Blimp

    Like the other 75 portable assets - including 3 Flying COWs™ - FirstNet One will be available 24/7 at no additional charge to FirstNet subscribers for potential use during major incidents. Disasters where FirstNet One could be deployed include major hurricanes like last year's Hurricane Michael, where FirstNet assets were deployed for 3+ months in the Florida panhandle while recovery efforts were underway.

  • As the first high school graduate in his family, Kristian Cosme knows firsthand about the opportunities one gains from having a diploma. Find out how he’s been paying it forward by mentoring teens in his community.

    Kristian Cosme: AT&T Communications Community Impact Award Winner

    Kristian Cosme has been volunteering and supporting his local community since he was in middle school. Growing up in a low-income household, Kristian experienced firsthand the importance and empowering impact of knowing people believed in him. His parents taught him education was the greatest thing he could pursue and never set a limit on what he could accomplish.

  • A principal member of our Atlanta Technical Staff, Allison Whittaker is on the frontline of our software-defined network’s development. Learn more about her story of tireless ambition powered by her family’s love and a vision towards the future.

    Allison Whittaker: A mother's enduring legacy

    Allison Whittaker won a "Black Engineer of the Year" award in 2015. She remembers accepting the award and feeling a long way from her island home of Barbados, but she also recalls how much that award meant to her. It meant that all of the hard work had paid off.

  • Diane Simon’s life has always been about helping people, and what better way to lift some spirits than freshly baked cookies? Find out how her commitment to service and team spirit have brought joy and earned her the name "NBA Cookie Mom".

    When it comes to basketball, Diane is one smart cookie

    Diane Simon spends her days at a Cleveland garage taking care of the technicians who help make us a network leader. That spirit of service extends to her hobby, as well, which has put her face-to-face with some of the biggest NBA stars of all-time.

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