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April 17, 2019

When our communities call, we answer

Posted by Vince Apruzzese

We hope you’re enjoying Spring in Virginia. April is National Volunteer Month, and we’re celebrating by honoring the many AT&T employee volunteers — some of whom have received the President’s Volunteer Service Award. It’s also Distracted Driving Awareness Month, so we’re reminding drivers of all ages — It Can Wait. And, we recently kicked off a series of events to help our neighbors in Lebanon and Southwest Virginia.

We are constantly focused on making our communities stronger and better connected.


Vince Apruzzese
President — AT&T Virginia

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April 16, 2019

Together, we do more in Virginia

Posted by AT&T Virginia Team
As part of National Volunteer Month, we’re celebrating the more than 4,149 AT&T employees who have received the President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) for 2018. The PVSA is an...
April 16, 2019

AT&T awards $25,000 grant to JMU X-Labs

Posted by AT&T Virginia Team
AT&T recently awarded a $25,000 grant to support the JMU X-Labs program, where college students have the opportunity to learn about emerging technologies and interact with industry professionals...
April 15, 2019

AT&T Employees Volunteer at Kids’ Day in Lebanon, Company Announces Job Openings

Posted by AT&T Virginia Team
AT&T employees in Lebanon on April 6 came together to volunteer at Kids Day as part of a project called Believe LebanonSM. The effort combines our assets and our employees to make a positive...
April 13, 2019

It Can Wait: Faces of Distracted Driving

Posted by AT&T Virginia Team
If Caleb Sorohan and Forrest Cepeda were alive today, they might be pursuing their dream jobs or teaching their kids to play sports. Maybe they’d still be figuring life out. But we’ll...