AT&T Network Transition Exchange Program

The NETREX Program stands for Network Exchange and it's a college hire program. AT&T leads the way in which we develop technology, and in the ways we develop people. These opportunities will help you develop skills, gain insight and have fun, while preparing you to launch an amazing career. We'll give you the means, but it's up to you to pave your way. We're looking for students and new graduates in general, with specific experience, education and mobility requirements for each development program.

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Video Transcript:
There is a wealth of knowledge and expertise. Not just on the network side, but all throughout AT&T. My name is Erin Estrada, I was hired through NETREX and I'm Project Manager with AT&T network operations. I went to Georgia Tech for Industrial Engineering. The NETREX Program stands for Network Exchange and it's a college hire program. NETREX would help you get into network support jobs. I'm also a project manager for the network side so it is not just technical. It is pretty much priceless to get into AT&T right out of college. Ten years from now I will only be 33 and that is going to have a tone of more opportunities. My name is Ashton Smith and I'm with AT&T and I'm part of the NETREX program. I'm working on my masters at University of North Texas, electrical engineering. I monitor the U-Verse applications such as Caller ID on TV. Think of NETREX as networking. You have different networks, you have your Cisco router, you have the PBX. You're constantly learning, life skills, networking skills, technical skills. That's one thing I love about the job. I had a mentor assigned to me. I've had hours and hours of opportunities to train. You can move around, there are plenty of opportunities. You could make an entire career within AT&T and not do the same job every year. It's your TV, it's your internet, it's all right there. They're always trying to think about what's next. It's very cool to work for AT&T.
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