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July 02, 2015

Bay Area ed tech startups, part of first Aspire Accelerator class, featured in SF Chronicle

Posted by AT&T California Team

Two AT&T Aspire Accelerator startups from the Bay Area were featured in the San Francisco Chronicle today: San Francisco-based Grad Guru, which developed a smartphone app of the same name that helps keep community college students on track to completion, and Oakland's MindBlown Labs, developer of a strategy/life simulation game called Thrive 'n Shine that teaches students (and adults!) how to make financial and career decisions. The two companies were selected as part of the inaugural class for the AT&T Aspire Accelerator, an initiative that supports for- and non-profit education technology companies with financial investment, access to expert services, and mentorship.

Check out the great work these companies are doing:

June 30, 2015

Working to STEM the Summer Slide

Posted by Sally Ann Zoll, United Through Reading and Ignacio De La Torre, AT&T
Story time is a part of a nightly routine in households across America. It’s a great time for children to expand their imaginations, connect with their parents and enhance their reading skills....
June 26, 2015

June 26: A Day To Celebrate

Posted by AT&T California Team


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June 25, 2015

Preparing for the Passion Economy: Millennials Seek Meaning, Not Just Money

Posted by Richard Porras, AT&T and Jason Manion, Roadtrip Nation
The workplace as we know it is changing.The Millennial generation of Americans, currently ages 18 to 34, has now surpassed Generation X as the largest share of the nation’s workforce according...