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What do you do today that doesn’t involve technology? Probably not much. As technology becomes more woven into the fabric of daily life, we are charged with making our products and services even better.
How do we do that? By leveraging ideas from a talented group of diverse people – our employees. They are the key to our future, and the greater our diversity, the greater our potential to make a difference. This is the main reason why we’re investing our time, money and energy into communities across the U.S. – including the Native American community.
From investing in education programs to helping our own employees succeed, we’re committed to making sure the Native American community has a voice in the future of technology.
Education is important to us, and we’re committed to increasing opportunities for Native American youth through corporate giving and educational initiatives. Native Americans have the lowest graduation rate of any demographic in this country.
Last year, to commemorate Native American Heritage Month, we furthered our commitment to Indian Country with more than $1 million in contributions including $600,000 to the American Indian College Fund and $450,000 to George Washington University.
Over the past 5 years, AT&T has given back more than $7.5 million in support of Native American Education Initiatives:
Since 2005, the AT&T Foundation has given more than $2.4 million to George Washington University’s Native American Political Leadership Program (NAPLP). NAPLP is a unique academic scholarship program designed specifically for Native American, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian undergrads to travel to Washington D.C. for one semester and study on a full scholarship. In 2015, AT&T contributed over $300,000 to send 25 Native American students to attend a semester at NAPLP.
The Inter-Tribal Council of AT&T Employees (ICAE) is our Native American employee resource group. ICAE is committed to the cultural development, career advancement, education, understanding and general well-being of Native American communities, as well as Native American AT&T Employees.
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