When veterans connect with leaders, they can discover how to apply their skills to a fulfilling career. Who better to show them the ropes than other veterans who have been in their shoes?
Whether you’re already part of #LifeAtATT or just searching for career opportunities, we want to help. Learn more about the veteran mentorship programs listed below that can help show you the ins-and-outs of navigating a civilian career. No matter where you are in your transition, it’s always a good time to evolve and adapt your skills.
AT&T Veterans Employee Group
AT&T Veterans is our employee group dedicated to assisting veterans in networking and connecting with peers. We’re proud to be a part of their mission to support work done for veterans, whether its pivoting to careers in technology or supporting the military community at home and overseas. If you’re an AT&T employee, you can join the group and learn more about veteran mentorship through the link below.Learn more about AT&T Veterans Employee Groyp
Veterati is an innovative mentorship platform that makes being a mentor and finding mentors effortless for the military community. Connecting job-seekers to mentors at scale is Phase 1 of Veterati’s greater mission: To transform job searching into an inspiring journey.Learn more about Veterati
American Corporate Partners
American Corporate Partners (ACP) is a national nonprofit organization helping veterans and active duty spouses find their next careers through one-on-one veteran mentoring, networking and online career advice. ACP introduces members to business professionals who then assist in meaningful employment opportunities and developing long-term careers.Learn more about ACP
AT&T Veterans Media Fellowship
Launched in 2019, the AT&T Veterans Media Fellowship connects media mentors from AT&T and WarnerMedia with veterans looking to grow their skills in media. This 13-week program provides veterans a comprehensive understanding of the industry by focusing on critical business functions and the landscape of this rapidly evolving field. Project-based, the curriculum teaches real-life, job-ready skills for participants.Learn More About the AT&T Veterans Media Fellowship