A hundred years means hundreds of Pioneers projects — everything from helping the disabled to fostering literacy. The volunteer network even supplies health kits in the event of a natural disaster. Founded in 1911 as the Telephone Pioneers of America, Pioneers has grown to be the largest industry-related volunteer organization in the world.
For more information, visit www.telecompioneers.org
The Lucent Retirees Organization, chartered in January 2003, embodies the interests of 120,000 retirees plus their dependents. Membership in the LRO is composed of individuals under the Lucent pension plan, including all Lucent and Bell Labs retirees, and those who retired when the company was known as Western Electric and/or AT&T Network Systems, plus subsidiaries such as Teletype and Sandia. The organization endeavors to safeguard the pensions and benefits that Lucent committed to provide its retirees and dependents. In addition, the LRO helps its members and their families with issues relating to their pensions, benefits, Social Security, Medicare and other aspects that impact their quality of life.
For more information, visit www.lucentretirees.com
A web site dedicated to the people that made Western Electric/Bell Labs/AT&T/Lucent and Agere Systems manufacturing successful during the life of the cleanroom manufacturing era.
For more information, visit www.wealumnisite.com
For more information, visit www.weoma.com
A website for former employees, friends, family members and interested people about the employees of the Omaha Works facility during the days of Western Electric, AT&T, Lucent and Avaya.
For more information, visit www.omahaworks.net