National Program – Kentucky Chapter

National Program – Kentucky Chapter

The Kentucky Chapter has an initiative that is near and dear to our hearts, Bridging the Literacy Gap. Thru spreading of the good news about the initiative, the Sowing Seeds thru Faith LLC, summer camp invited the Kentucky Chapter to participate in a learning experience day. Sowing Seeds thru Faith has 110 campers, on June 14th, 2018 they had 107 campers in attendance. The program has students from 1st thru 8th grade and we hosted 4-one hour sessions. The students were engaged, participated and had fun learning about technology. When asked, why is Bridging the Literacy Gap important? Da’Marrion Fleming, CEO stated “It’s better to be prepared for an opportunity and not have one than to have an opportunity and not be prepared. Reading does just that!” The NETwork Kentucky is bringing the fire in 2018. We’re heating things up and bringing awareness to the Literacy Gap that exists among our students.

The Lewis H. Latimer Scholarship

The Lewis H. Latimer Scholarship

Join The NETwork National YourCause Group

Please join The NETwork National YourCause group to view and sign up for all volunteer activities and events for your chapter as well as across all chapters of The NETwork BICP.

Training literature on navigating the YourCause portal are located on our National tSpace.

For assistance with the YourCause portal, please contact The NETwork Volunteer Opportunities.

 

2018 UNCF/The NETwork Giving Initiative: “March to 100K”

We are asking for each member to give $100 toward this great effort, if possible.

Our campaign will run through 3/31 and our target goal is: $100k!

Let us keep our momentum as we March to our goal!

Click Here to start your March!

#TheNETworkMarchTo100k #UNCF #TransformingOurFuture #Scholarship

Joyce Hylick – Hidden Figures Behind The Scenes Webcast

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Please don’t forget to join The NETwork today as we close out Black History Month live in Middletown, NJ! The NETwork NY/NJ Chapter welcomes Joylette G. Hylick, the daughter of Katherine Johnson (African-American mathematician who made significant contributions to NASA’s space program). Ms. Hylick will share her career experiences during her journey as an African-American woman in the Science and Technology field. This event will be webcast and is available to all employees. Please share with your members at will.

What: Hidden Figures Behind the Scenes – “We All Get There Together Or We Don’t Get There At All”

Who: The NETwork NY/NJ

When: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 – 12 to 1 pm ET

Where:  AT&T  200 South Laurel Ave.  Main Auditorium   Middletown, NJ 07748

Register HERE (webcast link available when you register and add the event to your calendar)

Thank you in advance for helping us share this important session with our colleagues across AT&T!

Transforming Our Future

Vote for the NETwork – Best Community Blog & Most Collaborative Employee

Attention members, friends and associates  — The NETwork has been nominated for Best Community Blog!

To read the nomination, go to: https://tspace.web.att.com/blogs/8ba02beb-e6b8-49f7-81d9-6546247d0469/entry/The_NETwork_National_tSpace?lang=en_us

To make your vote for The NETwork blog count:

    1. Log onto tSpace and visit the Ideation Blogs for the tSpace Collaborator Awards in the tSpace Champions community.*
    2. Locate the Best Community Blog category and select “The NETwork National tSpace.”
    3. Click the “Vote” button/link located to the left of the post.

Our national tSpace community is over 10K strong — I know we have what it takes to pull out a victory for The NETwork!

P.S. Vote for Richard Bulter — Most Collaborative Employee

Thank you in advance for your support.

Sincerely,
Richard Butler,
Director, Social Media
The NETwork BICP

*VOTING IS LIMITED TO ACTIVE AT&T EMPLOYEES