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High School Programs Prepare Students for College
AT&T Aspire contributes to high school job programs that offer underprivileged high school students education grants and tools they need to successfully graduate and prepare for college. AT&T Aspire helps keep high school students in school and reduce the high school dropout rates.
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Promoting Education at the STEM Solutions Summit
AT&T was a major sponsor of the 2012 U.S. News STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Solutions Summit in Dallas, where company representatives joined other advocates to promote education in these key subject areas. AT&T understands that STEM education is a vital ingredient for preparing tomorrow's workforce. That's why it's a major focus of the company's $250 million philanthropic program, Aspire.
AT&T Aspire Mobile Education Application Hackathon
AT&T Aspire mobile hackathon gave developers the chance to create new and innovative mobile apps. The goal of this hackathon was to develop a mobile education app to be used by teachers in the classroom.
March 11, 2013 — View the online version of AT&T’s 2012 annual report for our approach to innovation and our commitment to our people and communities.
February 5, 2013 — We challenged our Causes.com community with telling us which organizations matter the most to them. We were blown away with the response. Here are the six organizations that we selected to receive a $5000 contribution.
February 4, 2013 — At a Wall Street Journal CIO Network event, Jon Donovan met with a task force of leaders that came to a refreshing conclusion: there’s an opportunity to build a better framework for K-12 education that can also help drive long-term and sustainable innovation in the U.S.
AT&T Aspire is working to improve high school success and college/ career readiness by investing in communities locally, connecting people and seeking exponential change through technology and innovation. Read more »
The AT&T Aspire Local High School Impact Initiative Requests for Proposals (RFP) is focused on high school success and college/career readiness programs that help reduce the dropout rates in their communities. Read more »
Aspire Mentoring Academy is the key community engagement program of AT&T's $350 million investment in Aspire, focused on high school success leading to college and career readiness. AT&T employees are engaging in their communities and providing 1 million hours of mentoring to students at risk of dropping out of high school. Read more »
We're seeking approaches and partnerships that could fundamentally alter outcomes in the education space – and to improve our communities in a more effective, efficient and sustainable way than ever before. Learn more »
HACEMOS Hosts National High Technology Day to Inspire Students in Science and Engineering
Atlanta, Georgia, February 25, 2013
AT&T 28 Days Celebrates Fifth Year with Concert and Speaker Series Featuring New Host Rickey Smiley
Dallas, Texas, January 28, 2013
Using the Power of Evidence-based Funding to Reduce the High School Dropout Rate
Dallas, Texas, October 29, 2012
- The Power of a New Vision
- 1 Million Hours, Unlimited Potential
- Movie Making Builds Life Skills
- Helping Students Graduate: One Community at a Time
- Building Apps to Hack the High School Dropout Rate
- "Hacking" into Student Success through AT&T Aspire
- GameDesk: Where technology, fun and academic success converge
- Aspire to Success
OUR PARTNERS & SUPPORTERS
- America's Promise Alliance
- Big Brothers Big Sisters
- Boys & Girls Clubs of America
- Civic Enterprises
- Communities in Schools
- Jobs for America's Graduates (JAG)
- The Everyone Graduates Center at Johns Hopkins University
- The Alliance for Excellent Education
- United Way Worldwide
- We Teach Science
- Inspired by LEAD
- Junior Achievement