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.
“Talking Black In America” documentary now available on-demand.*
*Must be an active AT&T employee to view.
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
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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
The NETwork goal is to engage our membership at the national and local levels in support of the Access from AT&T program expansion. As part of the AT&T/DTV Merger agreements, the FCC mandated the offering of Low Cost Broadband Services to access the Internet to qualified low income households in AT&T’s 21-State footprint.
This Agreement provides an opportunity for The NETwork and its local chapters to expand its presence within the communities we serve, build new relationships, and focus a positive light on AT&T in our communities.
The NETwork will reach 50,000 touches by the end of 2019. For more information or to get engaged, please contact your chapter president or Chief Program Officer DeWanda Ricks.
Mark Your Calendar!
This year, our Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day event titled, “Change Forward”, challenged us to look at our past, our present and our future to make changes in our communities.
In 2018, we will examine Dr. King’s speech titled, “Where Do We Go From Here?”
In 1967, Dr. King isolated himself from the demands of the Civil Rights Movement, rented a house in Jamaica without a telephone, and labored over what was to be his final manuscript.
In his most prophetic work, which has been unavailable for more than ten years, he laid out his thoughts, plans, and dreams for America’s future. Dr. King addressed the need for better jobs, higher wages, decent housing, and quality education. With a universal message of hope that continues to resonate, Dr. King demanded an end to global suffering, asserting that humankind, for the first time, had the resources and technology to eradicate poverty.
Today, we ask the same question posed by Dr. King in his speech, “Where Do We Go From Here?”. We will continue to address our Chairman’s challenge and take a deeper dive into what happens next to execute on solutions; driving us closer to understanding.
Your local chapter will be hosting a Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. themed C.A.F.E. conversation during the week of January 9, 2018. Stay tuned for more information.
The Make your Mark Campaign is for current AT&T employees only.
For more details click here!
eSTEAM Summit II Video
Pictures are worth a thousand words. See for yourself!
Complete The NETwork Dallas Summit Survey here!
The NETwork will host its signature program called, eSTEAM which stands for evolving Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math. The eSTEAM national program aims to eliminate the digital divide by providing tools and resources to expand digital literacy. AT&T executives will participate in a panel discussion and there will be opportunities for networking and interaction with AT&T technologies.
Boot Camp: ˈbo͞ot ˌkamp/
A short, intensive and rigorous course of training.
Thank you for joining The NETwork and Madelyn Mackie for our Career Document Boot Camp!! Your feedback is a gift… please take a moment to complete a brief survey HERE. Alternatively you can access the survey HERE!
ACTIVATE YOUR CAREER VIRTUAL BOOTCAMP
Starts November 6 at 3PM PST. Every Monday!
LinkedIn Strategy – Monday November 6 at 3PM PST
Job Search Strategy – Monday November 13 at 3PM PST
Interview Prep – Monday November 20 at 3PM PST
Salary Negotiations – Monday November 27 at 3PM PST