AT&T in the community: Pennsylvania

AT&T and our employees are involved in our communities in many ways — contributing time, talent and resources — to help their friends and neighbors and to inspire the next generation of business and technology leaders in Pennsylvania. And, they’ve been busy this fall!

On Sept. 17, the Women of AT&T Pittsburgh Chapter and many of their family members volunteered at a walk to benefit the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (NOCC). This walk helped to raise awareness and provide fundraising for ovarian cancer research.

In late September, AT&T’s team in Philadelphia sponsored the 2017 Young Professional Network (YPN) Youth Summit that was designed to empower students in predominantly Latino high schools to give them the opportunity to meet professionals of color to learn how to plan for a successful career. The Summit is hosted annually by the Young Professional Network of the Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

Women of the ATT Harrisburg Chapter

The Women of AT&T in Harrisburg, an AT&T employee resource group, kicked off October at the 2017 Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition (PBCC) Conference in Harrisburg. The conference offered a day full of education, inspiration, advocacy, and networking. The PBCC presented its Pink Ribbon Award to Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf, who made Pennsylvania the first state in the nation to cover 3-D screening mammograms at no cost to women insured under Pennsylvania law.

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