My daughter has been working with the organization for a long time; she first started working with the MDA in high school and loves working at the MDA Summer Camp. I’d been looking for an opportunity to give back to the community and she convinced me to get involved with the camp. It’s been a part of her life for the past 11 years, so I decided to sign up.Read More
Wednesday October 26th, Detroit Michigan — At the final night of the 2017 NMSDC Annual Conference and Business Opportunity Exchange, ATR International was presented with the Supplier of the Year Class IV Award.Supplier of the Year is the highest honor given by the NMSDC to its MBEs, to recognize growth and development, operational success, support of other minority businesses and active participation in the community.
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Recently, Inc.com wrote about the recruiting philosophy that LinkedIn’s CEO Jeff Weiner is advocating - skills not degrees. It’s a shift in thinking that can make a big difference. And with open tech positions outnumbering tech workers, it’s an idea that can help companies as they struggle to find qualified workers to fill the estimated 600,000+ technology positions currently open.Read More
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If you are in the Northern Hemisphere, then it’s summertime. And while some businesses certainly enter their busiest periods right now, for many, if not most of us, summertime means slowing down a bit. Not quite the usual hectic pace at work, maybe even summer hours with a reduced schedule; leaving early on Fridays!Read More
On Friday, May 12th, ATR International was honored to attend the Western Regional Minority Supplier Development Council’s (WRMSDC) annual Excellence in Supplier Diversity Awards Banquet. As an active member and supporter of the WRMSDC’s goals and objectives, this annual event is one of the highlights of the year. The event was extra special this year for ATR as we won Supplier of the Year, Class 4 for the third time. Below is the complete list of winners. Congratulations to everyone!Read More
I moved to Orange County, CA over 10 years ago. Once I settled in, I began looking for a volunteer opportunity that allowed me to use my professional experience to help others. That opportunity came when I connected with Women Helping Women (WHW).Read More
The Behailu Academy is an organization that is close to my heart. I started volunteering for them when I was introduced to the organization through a family friend that happened to be on the Board of Directors. I was really drawn to the Behailu Academy because of the direct impact they have made on so many children’s lives in Charlotte. The academy provides arts and recreational projects designed to help teens engage in their creative side, develop critical thinking skills and foster a sense of social responsibility. The results Behailu has brought to our local community have been staggering, leading to a 90% increased interest in the arts and an 88% increase in teenager self-confidence ratings.Read More