Big players are doing their part to help conserve water in California
AT&T partners with The Nature Conservancy as part of program that incents customers to prevent water waste at home.
10 historic innovations that assisted people with disabilities
AT&T celebrates 25 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act
Do One Thing: Mastering the Mind Through Meditation
Nitin Dogra, a senior project manager at AT&T, has been named a 2015 DOT Champion for his initiative to help fellow employees improve their physical and mental well-being.
AT&T challenges developers to enhance the lives of people with disabilities
The AT&T Connect Ability Challenge honors the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act by leveraging advanced technologies.
Hands on learning: Genesys Works training prepares disadvantaged students for future careers in technology
Through the support of AT&T, the educational non-profit is able to lead high school students on a path to college and beyond with a 95% success rate. [Video]
Taking a closer look at the impact of technology
Take a look at AT&T’s 360-degree view of how technology can reinvent our lives and how we can transform our planet.
Inspiring student success: The impact of high school mentoring
Find out how AT&T and Communities In Schools are equipping the next generation with the skills needed to lead the digital, global economy.
Do you know the environmental and social impact of your device?
AT&T’s refreshed Eco-Rating system provides consumers an easy way to understand environmental and social factors associated with their devices.
Do One Thing: Christmas for Everyone Dinner
What if you had nowhere to go for Christmas dinner? 2014 DOT Champion Justin Travis works with his family and community in Taylor, Michigan to make more room at the holiday table.
Do One Thing: Each One Reach One for Customer Care
Mohammed Farshori earns recognition as a 2014 DOT Champion by developing an AT&T ambassador program to better serve small businesses.
Do One Thing: Corporate Trainers Saving Trees
Jeanelly Concepción, a trainer at AT&T University in the San Antonio area, began an initiative to save paper using the hashtag #Trainiacs, earning her recognition as a 2014 DOT Champion.
Do One Thing: Teamwork for Rotating Charities
2014 DOT Champion Matt Langer rallies a team in Phoenix, Arizona to help each individual member with his or her charity of choice.