AT&T Interns Give Back in National Day of Impact
Future AT&T leaders are already making an impact in a big way. How big? Recently, over 400 AT&T interns logged 1300 volunteer hours taking part in the National Day of Impact. Our ambitious and big-hearted volunteers were able to accomplish quite a lot with those 1300 hours. Take a look at their impact by the numbers:
Volunteer count: 425 (35% increase from 2014!)
Volunteer cities: 8
Total volunteer projects: 24
With so many worthy causes to support, our interns didn’t want to limit themselves to just one. Volunteer hours were dedicated in the areas of hunger outreach, domestic causes, animal welfare, education, and community outreach. Through their combined efforts and partnership with local charities, AT&T interns can now say they’ve built a house, fed the hungry, cared for zoo animals and gave back in so many more ways! Check out more snapshots from the day.
In St. Louis, MO, interns helped fight hunger at the St. Louis Area Food Bank.
In El Paso, TX, interns fed the homeless at the El Pasoans Fighting Hunger facility.
In Dallas, TX, interns served meals and sorted food items at the Union Gospel Mission and the North Texas Food Bank.
In New Jersey, interns served meals to those in need at Lunch Break.
In Atlanta, GA, interns worked in the warehouse sorting food at the Atlanta Community Food Bank.
In Dallas, TX, interns worked with underprivileged children at Vogel Alcove, the Wilkinson Center and the Little Rascals Learning Center. Additionally, they were able to frame a house working with Habitat for Humanity.
In Plano, TX, interns sorted goods at a resale store at the Hope’s Door domestic abuse facility.
In New Jersey, interns and their supervisors spent the day sorting donations at The Salvation Army Red Bank Corps.
In Atlanta, GA, interns played with and cleaned up for animals living at the Atlanta Pet Rescue.
In Dallas, TX, interns helped care for the animals at the Dallas Zoo.
In Dallas, TX, interns sorted school supplies at the Seven Loaves Community Center.
In Plano, TX, interns sorted books to be shipped to students across Africa.
In Dallas, TX, interns brightened the day for members of the Citizens Development Center by spending the morning playing Bingo.
In Plano, TX, volunteers got their hands dirty at the Plano Community Garden.
Our interns made a difference in the lives of so many in need across the country! Some are even going above and beyond by coordinating their volunteer activities in their own communities. In Alpharetta, GA, an intern is currently coordinating an on-site activity to feed the local homeless population who are clients of Concerted Services.
Their resourcefulness, hard work and creative spirit are traits shared by all AT&T staff. Ready to jump in and make your next big move? Explore a career at AT&T through our Development Programs and internships.
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