AT&T employees in Washington, DC teamed up with Communities In Schools of the Nation’s Capital to host students from Woodson High School at the AT&T Forum for Technology, Entertainment and Policy.
The December 21st visit was an exciting combination of career exploration, mentoring, hands on STEM activities and use of the latest virtual reality equipment. The program is part of AT&T Aspire, the company’s initiative that creates connections that drive innovation in education. Together, these connections are helping students and communities across America.
DC Councilmember Robert White joined the students for an inspirational and candid conversation about his own life journey.
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