The NETwork BICP Virtual Mentoring Auction

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START
21
August 2017
07:00 AM CDT
END
01
September 2017
11:48 PM CDT
RAISED
$3,125.00
GOAL $5,000.00
62.5% To Goal

About Our Auction

Over the last 5 years, The NETwork BICP has awarded nearly $1 million to graduating high school seniors through local efforts and partnership with UNCF (United Negro College Fund). In support of our national scholarship efforts, The NETwork BICP will hold our first national virtual mentoring auction to kick off the 2017 ERG Conference!

We solicit your support of this effort and ask that you bid on mentoring time with one, some or ALL of your favorite AT&T leaders! Leveraging the power of technology, we expect this to be our largest auction yet, allowing for participation by AT&T employees across the country. We look forward to your participation and support!

**THIS AUCTION IS LIMITED TO ACTIVE AT&T EMPLOYEES**


About The NETwork BICP

The NETwork Black Integrated Communications Professionals (BICP) is a non-profit Employee Resource Group (ERG) of AT&T.

Mission: Transforming our future by empowering our members and our community today.

Vision: To become a premier leader in providing growth opportunities through sustainable programs that build future generational leaders within the industry and community.

The NETwork BICP encourages African Americans and other diverse individuals to attain their personal and professional goals and to lead change in our communities.

The NETwork BICP will:
•Provide professional networking opportunities to connect with like-minded individuals for personal and professional benefit

•Present opportunities to exercise and grow leadership abilities through program participation in both the corporation and community

•Increase access to tools and resources to communities that will help build future leaders and cultivate a viable and relevant environment

•Support the furtherance of higher education with a continued focus on advancing students

•Ensure that all levels of the telecommunications industry are represented by a broad cross section of African Americans and other diverse individuals

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