With a workforce that is increasingly difficult to crack, many teenagers —who are dropping out of high school in increasing numbers —are lost in the work world. That’s why AT&T Aspire has introduced a brilliant plan to keep kids in school, while preparing them for what lies beyond: Job Shadow for Teens. By encouraging high schoolers and connecting them with supportive mentors, AT&T Aspire has already succeeded in providing over one hundred thousand students the knowledge and connections to prepare for the workplace.
Our newest Company member, Rob Wilson, flexes his motion illustration might in this video about AT&T’s program, which promises to help “to create an educated U.S. workforce.” Find out more about this concept at http://www.att.com/jobshadow, and see more of Rob’s still illustrations at robwilson-work.tumblr.com
Take a look at the inspiring motion work by our newest artist llustrator Rob Wilson done for the AT&T Aspire Mentoring Program. Aspire works to provide high school students with job shadow opportunities, giving them the tools needed for success in school and workplace readiness.
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