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Meet the Teams Competing for the Second-Annual T-Mobile Changemaker Challenge Grand Prize of $10,000

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Last year T-Mobile and the T-Mobile Foundation kicked off the second-annual Changemaker Challenge, a nationwide search for young people with big ideas about how to change the world for good. The 2019 Challenge drew an unprecedented 428 submissions from teams across the US in three categories — Technology, Education and the Environment.

How T-Mobile Values Veterans

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Tech Support Representative Scott White found his purpose by serving others, first as a member of the military and now as a veteran on the frontlines at T-Mobile. Giving back is in White's blood; here's how he serves not only his community of customers, but his home community of Nashville as well.

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Family First

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Chicago-based Team of Experts Coach Brittny Tripicchio found herself, overnight, having to take on the role of mother to her 16-years-younger sister. With her home life in tumult, she found stability in her role at T-Mobile. Here she shares the story of both families that are dear to her heart.

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Tragedy to Triumph: How T-Mobile’s Tuition Assistance Program Helped One Employee Regain Confidence and Earn an MBA

A key company benefit gave Team of Experts rep Qadirah Bridgeman the boost she needed to fulfill a dream.
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By Jason Adams

Qadirah Bridgeman has long had a passion for higher learning. After she graduated college with a B.S. in political studies from Adelphi University, she won a summer fellowship in public policy at Harvard.

At 22, she was well on her way to law school and fulfilling her dream of becoming a lawyer.

And then, as it so often does, life intervened. “I got pregnant and started my family,” she says now. “I realized how important it was for me to be there for them.” Which meant putting her own dream on hold, to help create new ones for her children.

Microsoft and T-Mobile Hope to Tackle Broadband Gap With Free 4G Plans for US Schools

By Darren Allan
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Microsoft is partnering up with T-Mobile to provide free 4G LTE coverage to help out schoolchildren in underserved or rural areas where broadband isn’t available in the US, and as part of a drive to push its ‘Connected PCs’ in education markets in general (with two such fresh devices being introduced).

Be You

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A.B. Rodriguez, a T-Mobile Team of Experts coach for the customer care team, shares how T-Mobile has supported him on his transitional journey and what it means for him to be part of T-Mobile's Pride and Allies group.

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T-Mobile Takes a Portfolio Approach to Renewables: Q&A with Chad Wilkerson

By Alyssa Danigelis
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T-Mobile moved early on renewable energy. The company became the only major telecom to receive high marks on Green America’s scorecard last April for committing to 100% renewable energy by 2021, signing agreements for wind power, and joining the RE100.

This Group of Changemakers is Making the World More Inclusive Through Video Games

By Emily Veith
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For the second consecutive year, T-Mobile, along with the T-Mobile Foundation and Ashoka, put out the call to young visionaries across the country to submit their world-changing ideas to the Changemaker Challenge. This contest encourages trailblazing young adults to submit big ideas that will make their communities – and the world – a more connected, sustainable, and inclusive place.

Is Diversity The Key To Creativity?

By Benjamin Wolff
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Making use of diversity within a team to generate new ideas and solve problems is called creative friction, and two companies in very different industries are turning that to their advantage. T-Mobile, the global telecommunications giant, and Fortis Lux Financial, a boutique financial services firm based in New York, embrace diversity as a moral good and social imperative but are

Screen Time: How Much Is Too Much?

Screens are an increasing fact of family life — the average age kids get their first mobile phone is now 10.3 years — but all of us need to power-down from time to time. Here’s how to keep digital insanity at bay for a healthier, happier family life.
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With the launch last year of Apple’s Screen Time feature, many of us learned that our current screen time habits are rather eye-opening, to say the least. What’s more? They’ve gone up over the years and are showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

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