Recognition for Outstanding Achievement
AT&T believes investing in a well-educated workforce may be the single most important thing it can do to help the United States remain the leader in a digital, global economy. Education has been AT&T's priority for over a century, and raising graduation rates is the focus of its philanthropy. To that end, the AT&T College Corps Initiative supports CSU students interning as pre-college counselors in low performing high schools. The AT&T scholars are outstanding students from CSU East Bay and San Francisco State. They will receive a scholarship of $6,000.