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  • Members of the Inter-Tribal Council of AT&T Employees take every opportunity to share Native American culture with our people. Hear from Rachel and Andrew on what inspired them to join ICAE.

    ICAE - Face reality to change it - AT&T Careers

    "This is a community that is often forgotten about and overlooked. To me and to Andrew, I know the time we give to the Native American community is appreciated, needed and welcomed." Rachel Salinas is the Texas President of AT&T's Inter-Tribal Council of AT&T Employees.

  • What does it mean to unleash your potential? Aarthie Namasivayam, National President of the Organization of Asian Indians at AT&T, shares her story on how the group helped her pivot careers and tackle community challenges.

    OASIS - Unleash Everyone's Potential

    Aarthie Namasivayam is proud to call herself a product of our employee resource groups, embracing the opportunities and platforms leveraged by the company. After some contract work, she started a full-time position with AT&T in Information Technology (IT). The field was her world for over 14 years - and she was good at it.

  • Logan Boswell was passionate about his professional pursuits, but he wasn’t sure how they connected to career opportunities. Find out how a blend of mentorship, education and vocational training is helping him (and countless others) prepare for the future.

    Preparing the workforce for tomorrow

    While attending high school in Lancaster, Texas, Logan Boswell managed his own photography company, held a part-time job in retail, and interned for the school superintendent. The ambitious student was passionate about all three pursuits but didn't feel he possessed the skills to unite them into a feasible career path.

  • One in five Americans has a disability, that’s just one reason why it’s important our people design technology for everyone. Find out how the AT&T Accessibility Lab is Crystal Baker’s answer to putting accessibility first.

    Learning About Life With A Disability with AT&T's Accessibility Lab

    The AT&T Accessibility Lab isn't just a location. It's a mobile destination dedicated to sharing glimpses into the lives of people with disabilities. One in five Americans has a disability. That's more than 60 million people. To properly serve this important population it's critical our AT&T team members develop a keen sense of its needs.

  • Members of our Professionals 50 Forward employee resource group are making the most out of their experiences. See how members like Jayne are closing knowledge gaps between generations and go all in on collaboration.

    Professionals 50 Forward - Vital in Body, Mind and Spirit

    In 28 years with AT&T, Jayne has moved through a variety of departments. Billing Operations, Wholesale Customer Care, Controllers, Revenue Assurance and Shared Services Finance (SAART). These opportunities exposed her to the nuances of running a big company. It may have been no surprise, then, when she was approached to start a new chapter for Professionals 50 Forward.

  • The cost of paper envelopes is higher than you think. Find out how Abraham spent his Finance Leadership Development Program internship helping businesses save money and the environment.

    Finding a finance career that fits the bill

    As he completes his MBA, Abraham Kola-Amodu is committed to learning as much as he can about a career in business. So, when he heard about our Finance Leadership Development Program (FLDP), the chance to work for a Fortune 10 company was too good to pass up.

  • InspirASIAN, AT&T’s Asian and Pacific Islander employee resource group, made a profound impact on Deniz’s professional and personal life. From raising scholarship funds to mentoring opportunities, find out how the ERG is making a difference for its members and their communities.

    InspirASIAN - Dare to be - AT&T Careers

    "Before anything else, InspirASIAN is a family." Over 10 years with AT&T, Deniz Kustu moved through a number of business units: finance, IT, digital strategy - just to name a few. He started in Los Angeles through the Leadership Development Program, where participants rotate between three jobs in three years.

  • What lessons can we glean from the past? AT&T CMO Mo Katibeh shares tips on staying mindful of days gone while focusing on the present.

    How to find satisfaction in the here and now

    Recently, I was at a dinner with several people I work with, and the topic turned to past jobs. "Oh, you used to work in 'X' organization.

  • Alexis wasn't always interested in computer science, but this summer, she helped our analysts identify cybersecurity threats. Find out how she discovered her programming passion and is working to close tech's gender gap.

    Breaking the code to a tech career at AT&T

    Alexis Costales never really had an interest in Computer Science. That was until she and her team placed 1st in state and 3rd in the world at Technovation, an all-girls mobile app-based technology competition. From there, she and her team were featured in the documentary titled "CodeGirl" and toured the headquarters of several large tech companies.

  • Mentorship is key to development, but how do you find the right mentor? Learn how our employee resource group oxyGEN makes the connection through the help of members like Heather.

    A little bit of oxyGEN - AT&T Careers

    There is no shortage of leaders at AT&T. Sales, technology, business - name a field and you'll find someone innovating. Naturally, leaders want to meet and learn from each other, but how can they get started? Where can they focus their skills? How do they find someone who's been in their shoes before?

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