Entergy Arkansas was recently awarded as the top Arkansas Foodbank Corporate Volunteer Group for the second consecutive year.
Taurus has already begun leading his department, seeking out opportunities for businesses to relocate and expand to deepen the talented workforce in the city of New Orleans.
It’s not every day you get an opportunity to help save a life, but that’s exactly what happened to Jacob Crawford and a co-worker as they were leaving a job in Tangipahoa Parish.
Rob Pettit, Pride Employee Resource Group chair, shares how Entergy employees helped give back to their community during Pride Month.
This fall, 33 high school graduates will attend college or vocational-technical schools with some help from the Entergy Community Power Scholarship.
New Orleans customers who work in a business that sells groceries are encouraged to apply for funding if they are in need.
Since first partnering with American Corporate Partners in 2018, Entergy volunteers have mentored 200 veterans and active-duty military spouses.
Letter to the editor written by Patty Riddlebarger, Entergy vice president of corporate social responsibility and Charmaine Caccioppi, United Way of Southeast Louisiana executive vice president & COO, originally published May 5, 2022 in The Advocate Baton Rouge edition.
The Arbor Day Foundation has again recognized Entergy for proper tree care and vegetation management by naming the company a 2022 Tree Line USA utility.