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Education Leaders Welcome National Social Innovator Genesys Works To World's Tech Epicenter -- San Francisco

One Million Dollar Contribution From AT&T Will Connect San Francisco’s Underserved Youth To the Bay Area’s Global Tech Innovators, Expand Proven Program Nationwide
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(3BL Media) San Francisco, CA - October 4, 2012 - Hydra Mendoza, San Francisco Mayor’s Education Advisor and Board of Education Commissioner, joined by Ken McNeely, President of AT&T-California, and Carmen Chu, Supervisor-District 4, announced the launch of Genesys Works in the Bay Area today at City Hall. The leaders were on hand to support the nationally recognized non-profit, which with a $1 million contribution from AT&T will increase learning opportunities for underrepresented high school seniors.

1 Million Hours, Unlimited Potential

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1 Million Hours, Unlimited Potential

By: Janice Evans-Page

One of the reasons why I love being an AT&T employee is the fact that I get to work with exceptional people every day. 

Helping Students Graduate: One Community at a Time

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At AT&T, we’re all about raising the bar. In education, that means being part of a national movement to set big goals for improving student success. It’s an effort that starts locally, at the school around the corner or the community center down the street. 

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