AT&T employees join City Year to give local school a facelift

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AT&T employees join City Year to give local school a facelift
As part of National Volunteer Month celebrations, about 100 AT&T employees completed a beautification project at Kelsey L. Pharr Elementary School in Miami. City Year, an education organization that helps students and schools succeed, coordinated the project for AT&T. The AT&T volunteers spent their day at the NW 46th Street school: • Painting more than 20 murals themed around inspirational quotes, school pride/school logos and school pillars for success; the murals — ranging in size from 2-by-3 feet to 80-by-8 feet — span the entire school campus; • Painting the teacher’s lounge; • Building benches, and • Creating banners with motivational messaging for the cafeteria and teacher’s lounge “AT&T employees are committed to serving their communities across the country,” said Joe York, president of AT&T Florida. “We are thrilled to partner with City Year’s Care Force team to help transform schools and neighborhoods into brighter, more vibrant spaces for all.” The Miami AT&T Day of Service is just one of many marquee volunteer events with City Year’s Care Force team happening nationwide and engaging hundreds of AT&T employees. “We are excited to partner with AT&T to engage employees in high-impact service days to create more welcoming environments for students in communities across the country," said Michael Brown, City Year co-founder and CEO.
The AT&T volunteers spent their day at the school painting more than 20 murals, among other projects.

As part of National Volunteer Month celebrations, about 100 AT&T employees completed a beautification project at Kelsey L. Pharr Elementary School in Miami. City Year, an education organization that helps students and schools succeed, coordinated the project for AT&T.

The AT&T volunteers spent their day at the NW 46th Street school:
• Painting more than 20 murals themed around inspirational quotes, school pride/school logos and school pillars for success; the murals — ranging in size from 2-by-3 feet to 80-by-8 feet — span the entire school campus;
• Painting the teacher’s lounge;
• Building benches, and
• Creating banners with motivational messaging for the cafeteria and teacher’s lounge

“AT&T employees are committed to serving their communities across the country,” said Joe York, president of AT&T Florida. “We are thrilled to partner with City Year’s Care Force team to help transform schools and neighborhoods into brighter, more vibrant spaces for all.”

The Miami AT&T Day of Service is just one of many marquee volunteer events with City Year’s Care Force team happening nationwide and engaging hundreds of AT&T employees.

“We are excited to partner with AT&T to engage employees in high-impact service days to create more welcoming environments for students in communities across the country,” said Michael Brown, City Year co-founder and CEO.


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