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  • 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?

  • As more drones fly into our airspace, it will only become more important to keep track of them all. Find out how our AT&T Foundry in Israel is working with Vorpal to enhance drone tracking with 5G and edge computing.

    For 5G and Edge, the sky's the limit - ATT Foundry

    In 2017, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reported a monthly average of 250 safety incidents where drones flew too close to manned aircraft, a few of which caused operations at major international airports to come to a screeching halt. Israeli startup Vorpal specializes in tracking and, ideally, preventing those near misses.

  • We had a blast hosting Dream in Black for the third year at this month’s Essence Festival! See how our people celebrated the past while looking towards the future.

    Creating and Growing Opportunities at ESSENCE Fest

    We kicked off the annual Day of Service by reaffirming our commitment to uplift and create opportunities in the lively city of New Orleans through Believe New Orleans SM. AT&T employees, ambassadors and Girls United came together in true New Orleans fashion for a second line parade.

  • This year marks the 29th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act coming into effect. Find out what the passing of this historic bill has meant for the people who are making a difference in our own offices.

    Happy birthday, ADA | AT&T Accessibility

    The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) turns 29 this week. Passed July 26, 1990, the law provides people with disabilities the same rights and opportunities as everyone else. The ADA means a great deal to Abdi Warsame, a senior strategic pricing manager for AT&T Business Mobility in Dallas, and Vivian Kline, an AT&T service representative in Cape Girardeau, Mo.

  • Studies show women in tech portrayed positively on screen can inspire more women to pursue careers in male-dominated fields. Learn more about how we're encouraging young women to pursue meaningful technology careers.

    AT&T Invests Over $144 Million to Support STEM Initiatives

    Thanks to a recent study conducted by the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, the "Scully Effect" posited by fans of The X-Files has now been validated.

  • Diversity includes disability, and we're proud our people's hard work toward inclusivity has us recognized as a top scoring Best Place to Work from the Disability Equality Index! Learn more about the DEI results:

    Businesses Named "Best Places to Work for Disability Inclusion" - Disability:IN

    Washington, D.C., July 17, 2019 - Results from the 2019 Disability Equality Index (DEI) were unveiled by Ted Kennedy Jr., bone cancer survivor, amputee and Board Chair of the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) recognizing top-scoring companies as "Best Places to Work for Disability Inclusion."

  • A big thank you to Fortune and Great Place to Work for recognizing us among the Best Places to Work in New York. Read more about our amazing people in NYC who made this possible.

    AT&T Named One of the 2019 Best Workplaces in New York

    Great Place to Work and FORTUNE have honored AT&T as one of the 2019 Best Workplaces in New York among 70,000 New York organizations analyzed.

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