A Conversation on Mentoring

With: AT&T Aspire International Champion Ruth Agyei, Specialist, Business Administration

Q: What early influences motivated you to become involved with Aspire?

A: My first job was as a teacher. I think most teachers have a passion for giving back. I am no exception. Clearly, that passion influenced my decision to take on the role of AT&T Aspire Mentoring Academy in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia (EMEA) Regional Champion. 

The Evolving Role of Latinas in the Workplace

By: Rohini Anand

September 15 to October 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month. This is a good opportunity to reflect on the progress Latinas have made in the workplace. Compared to previous generations, today’s Latinas tend to be more educated, empowered, independent and comfortable putting themselves at the center of life decisions.  

Nowhere is this more evident than in the workplace, where Latinas are making extraordinary advancements.

Connecting Students to Their Dreams

By Nicole Anderson, AVP, Social Innovation and President of the AT&T Foundation

We’re always looking for ways to link our philanthropy strategy with our technology, so enhancing our robust student mentoring initiative with an online mentoring program is an ideal fit. Working with leading non-profits and secure internet platforms, we’re able to connect our talented employees to students across the country virtually. 

Nestlé Waters North America to Expand Apprenticeships

Nestlé Waters North America Joins with Maine Department of Labor, Commits to Placing 10 Percent of its Mechanic Hires into Apprenticeship Roles by 2022
Press Release

Stamford, CT, Sep 26, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Delivering on its commitment to promote comprehensive job training, Nestlé Waters North America today announced that it has joined with the Maine Department of Labor (MDOL) in its effort to increase the federal grant for apprenticeships in the state of Maine.

Illinois Students Experience STEM Opportunities Firsthand with Baxter Mentors

Illinois Science & Technology Institute Aligns High School Students with Industry Professionals to Solve Real-World STEM Challenges

Lindblom Math & Science Academy Senior JeNaye Beavers’ interest in medicine was initially sparked by curiosity. After constantly suffering from migraines early on in high school, she wanted to know not only why, but how she could fix it. JeNaye found an opportunity to put her ideas into action by extending her experience with scientific research beyond the classroom through the Research & Development STEM Learning Exchange STEM Challenge.

3 Lifehacks by Sodexo for Breaking the Glass Ceiling

By: Quality of Lifehacks

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Today is Women’s Equality Day, and it’s the perfect time to both celebrate women’s achievements and bring attention to the inequalities still lingering in the workplace.

Announcing the Winners of the Living Progress Challenge

by Chris Wellise, Director of Strategic Initiatives for HPE Living Progress

It was a day full of inspiration, creativity and emotion.

On August 3, I was honored to watch as the 10 finalists of the Living Progress Challenge gathered on stage at the New Lab venue in New York, and pitched their prototypes for digital solutions to accelerate social good.

AT&T Challenges Students in the Netherlands to Gain Business Experience

Paul Floris, Global Services, Director Integrator Solutions, AT&T

In the Netherlands, AT&T works with Junior Achievement to mentor local students. During the 2015-2016 schoolyear, our employees impacted 229 students!

To wrap up the year and give these students business experience in a fun setting, we organized the first AT&T Challenge. At our office in The Hague, 5 student teams were paired with an AT&T employee mentor to imagine a business and prepare a growth plan in 1.5 hours. They then gave a 3-minute pitch to our panel of judges to compete for a fictitious €100000 capital investment.

What Can “Hamilton” Teach Us About Leadership?

By: Steve Dunmore

Tickets are hard to come by for the Broadway show “Hamilton,” which won the Tony Award for Best New Musical Sunday night. But that hasn’t stopped it from becoming a sensation across the country, with many people listening to its soundtrack on repeat. Much of its popularity comes from the innovative way it blends American history with a hip-hop-meets-show-tunes soundtrack. (It’s not every day you hear cabinet meetings imagined as rap battles.) Yet part of what makes the story so compelling is its real-life hero, Alexander Hamilton, who was talented and flawed in equal parts.

Booz Allen Celebrates STEM Mentoring at FIRST® Championship


Booz Allen Hamilton is proud to participate in and sponsor the 2016 FIRST® Championship, where science, technology, and engineering merge with the thrill of competitive sports! Beginning today at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, MO, students from around the world will compete at FIRST Championship after several months of preparation and local competition.


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