AT&T announces $25,000 contribution to help achieve goals
OnTrack Washington County on Dec. 4 celebrated a successful year thanks to support from several individuals and organizations, including a $25,000 contribution from AT&T.
OnTrack is a coalition of independent community partners focused on improving the educational attainment levels of Washington County residents, in order to strengthen our local economy and improve our community’s quality of life. A variety of educational, business, philanthropic, and civic leaders began meeting in January 2015. Together, they have been working to create a “cradle to career” support system, empowering citizens to acquire the educational or vocational training necessary for lifelong success and craft a strategy to educate the public on the need for an educational movement in our community.
La Tara Harris, AT&T’s regional director for External Affairs in Maryland, was on hand for the celebration, and said OnTrack’s work will help prepare the region’s future business and technology leaders.
“Now more than ever, communities need to work together to ensure our young people are equipped with the skills and experiences necessary for success in a fast-paced global economy. OnTrack does just that — bringing together the public and private sectors to prepare Maryland’s future business and technology leaders,” said Harris.
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