Helping to Solve Real Problems and Create Solutions

 

The Rutgers Future Scholars program gratefully acknowledges the AT&T Foundation for its generous support of the program.

 

 

“…the work force of our future is predicated on a quality applicant pool that’s a diversified one. Ultimately, we have to have people to be able to be self-sufficient and productive in society—and the only way for that to happen is education.”

Cathy Martine, executive vice president of AT&T small-business solutions and alternate channels

The AT&T Foundation is focusing on the education problems that face our country today — from high school dropout rates to workforce readiness. With more than 300,000 employees and more than 67 million customers, AT&T is uniquely positioned to take on this challenge. By supporting successful community-based programs, preparing students to succeed in college and in the workforce, AT&T is helping to solve real problems and create real opportunities.  The AT&T Foundation's focus on education and workforce success will create unique partnerships between AT&T customers, employees and retirees, and local civic leaders. The Rutgers Future Scholars program is a wonderful example of that kind of partnership.

 

 

 

  • The Class of 1965
  • Community Foundation of New Jersey
  • Fred J. Brotherton Charitable Foundation
  • Fund for New Jersey
  • Henry E. Niles Foundation
  • Hyde and Watson Foundation
  • J. Seward Johnson Sr. 1963 Charitable Trust
  • The Nashed Family
  • New World Foundation
  • New Jersey Manufacturers
  • New Jersey Resources
  • Eyrique and Lisa Miller
  • The Prudential Foundation
  • PSEG Foundation
  • The Rodkin Family Foundation
  • The Reinhardt Family
  • Santander
  • The Schiano Family Foundation
  • Susquehanna Bank
  • Target Corporation
  • TD Bank
  • Victoria Foundation
  • WLK Solutions
  • Wells Fargo 
  • Xerox Foundation

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