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Each year, AFL associates around the world take part in AFL’s Worldwide Month of Community Service, engaging in projects that support our communities and invest in the future.
All over the world, associates on six continents reach out to help by collecting food, clothing, shoes and other items to donate to the community; by forming an ACT (AFL Community Team) and providing service that also generates supplies or funding to nonprofit organizations; or by investing in the environment and planting trees. The possibilities are endless with new projects implemented each year.
The Rogue and aeRos platform is a suite of modular test products and cloud-based software built around the way fiber optic networks are built, operated and maintained.
Light Brigade partners with Fiber Insight to offer design and engineering customers two new courses—Certified Optical Network Associate (CONA) and Certified Fiber Characterization Engineer (CFCE)
Several AFL associates were recognized for receiving patent awards for developing new products and technologies within the optical connectivity, fusion splicing and test and inspection divisions.
Three schools in the upstate of South Carolina received small pine trees from AFL’s Community Outreach Program in celebration of Arbor Day.
The volunteer project is part of AFL’s ACT (AFL Community Team) program where teams of associates gather for three to four hours providing a service for a nonprofit organization.
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