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People on the Move: Patty Riddlebarger

Entergy has promoted Patty Riddlebarger to vice president of corporate social responsibility.

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Entergy Announces New Commitment of $250,000 to Workforce Development Nonprofit

Entergy Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Leo Denault announced today that the company has committed $250,000 to Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) during a speech at their 2018 National Training Seminar in New Orleans.

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Entergy Corporation Recognized as One of 50 Most Community-Minded Companies in the Country

Points of Light, the world’s largest organization dedicated to volunteer service, has named Entergy Corporation among The Civic 50. The designation recognizes Entergy as one of the most community-minded companies in the United States.

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Employees Shower Local Communities with Volunteerism in April

Entergy’s participation in National Volunteer Month reflects the company’s year-round community involvement and support.

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Ben Portis, Entergy's director of federal governmental affairs, provides simulation instructions to Rep. Paul Tonko (D-NY). Photo by Elias Kontogiannis for Catholic Charities USA.

Entergy Advocates for Low-Income Customers in Nation's Capital

Entergy recently sponsored and participated in two events in Washington, D.C., that focused attention on the plight of America’s working poor. Entergy and partnering organizations sought not only to raise awareness about poverty and its causes but also to encourage businesses and communities to take action.

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Metallic Balloons and Power Lines Don’t Mix: Be Sure to Keep Them Under Control

Graduations, birthdays, parades, Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, sporting events … there’s always a reason to celebrate, and to buy colorful supplies to spice up the festivities. But when buying Mylar balloons, keep in mind that unless they’re closely controlled, they can cause power outages.

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New Schools for Baton Rouge is one of many initiatives supported by the Entergy Charitable Foundation in states where Entergy operates.
Shannon Thomas is a U.S. Army veteran from Mississippi and LIHEAP recipient.
Entergy’s Kenneth Polite pedaled fellow employees Rachael Waters and Shellie Bellard to help raise more than $21,000 for improved educational opportunities for local youth.

Entergy Shines New Light on Christmas Vacation

Entergy employees brightened up the City of Orange this past weekend with their "National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation"-themed parade float.

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Put #GivingTuesday in the bag.

Nov. 28 is #GivingTuesday, the nationwide day to give back to our communities. By contributing to The Power to Care, elderly and disabled customers who are struggling to make ends meet will receive a gift from you to help them stay warm and comfortable through the holiday season.

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Entergy employees prior to the 2017 Bike the Big Easy
Andrea Coughlin Rowley, Entergy's senior vice president of human resources, accepts the award for being a Top Workplace in the greater New Orleans area from Tim Williamson, president of NOLA Media Group.

Entergy Earns Top Workplace Honor in New Orleans

The Times-Picayune awarded Entergy the 2017 Top Workplaces honor based on the results of an employee feedback survey performed by WorkplaceDynamics, a leading research firm in organizational health and workplace improvement.

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How do you inspire future engineers to power to world? With enthusiasm that's ELECTRIC!

Enthusiasm for Energy Has Students Ready to Power the World

Stipe and other volunteers staffed Entergy’s booth at the third annual Hands-On STEM Educational Day. Thousands of students attended the event held at the baseball stadium now known as The Shrine on Airline.

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Entergy retiree volunteer Mary Young assists Entergy Texas customers Thang Muang Khup Zo, and Khai K. Pau during this year’s tax season.
The inaugural Smokin’ Hot Cook-Off was held recently at the Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum grounds. The cooking was serious, but the day was about fun, fellowship, and giving back, as all proceeds benefited local charities.

Smokin' Hot Cook-Off Teams Get Cooking to Give Back

The inaugural Smokin’ Hot Cook-Off was held recently at the Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum grounds. The cooking was serious, but the day was about fun, fellowship, and giving back, as all proceeds benefited local charities.

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Gerald Andrus Teamwork Makes Dreams Work

Employees from Gerald Andrus plant in Greenville, Mississippi, recently teamed up to make dreams come true for a local resident.

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National Volunteer Month Spotlight: Pilgrim's Dave Noyes

Pilgrim Power Plant's Dave Noyes volunteers because he believes it's vital to meet the ever changing needs of the communities we serve.

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National Volunteer Month Spotlight: River Bend's Natalie Wood

As an engineer, I’m predisposed to fix problems I see around me. I think that’s why volunteering is so fulfilling to me - it allows me to be a part of the solution.

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#WePowerLife

Circuits deliver power by making connections. At Entergy, we believe the same is true about our community partners. We are proud to power life in our communities with partners who connect those in need to critical services and resources.

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Entergy W3’s Kyle Sanford – Why I Volunteer

National Volunteer Month Spotlight: Entergy Waterford 3 engineer III Kyle Sanford is proud to give back to the community.

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River Bend's donor brick in the Heritage Ranch walkway.

Entergy Nuclear Contributions Spotlight: Heritage Ranch

Entergy’s philanthropic focus is to improve the quality of life in communities where we operate through strategic investments in education, low income/poverty initiatives, environmental programs and diversity and inclusion programs. Apply for an Entergy Charitable Foundation Grant today. The deadlines are Feb. 1 and Aug. 1.

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In addition to protecting biodiversity, the volunteer project provided an opportunity to strengthen ties between Entergy team members.
From left to right: Corey Cooper, WF3; Amber Harris, GGNS; Dr. Ivory Lyles, ASU dean; Roy Miller, GGNS radiation protection manager; Sheila McKinnis, EMI; Marcus Ward, ASU institutional advancement VP and Jermiah Billa, ASU health physics program.

Entergy Nuclear Presents $50,000 to Alcorn State University

The donation will provide five ASU health physics students with a $10,000 scholarship.

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