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.
The Entergy Community Power Scholarship program reinforces Entergy's commitment to powering life in the areas we serve by helping young people prepare to contribute to their communities through volunteerism and service.
One-hundred and fifty-five Entergy employees in Louisiana logged approximately 750 hours as part of National Volunteer Week. In Baton Rouge alone, employees sorted and packed approximately 60,000 pounds of food over four days.
Although Entergy New Orleans employees give back to the community in which they live and work all year long, they wanted to give back in a special way during National Volunteer Month by helping those in need. That's why they returned to the Ozanam Inn to serve lunch to homeless men, women and children right here in the Crescent City.
Entergy Arkansas is a key partner with the state in a new initiative designed to help communities become more competitive in bringing jobs and investment to Arkansas.
In March, New Stage Theatre presented an in-school performance of “Oh, Freedom! The Story of the Underground Railroad” and a classroom workshop at Casey Elementary School in Jackson as part of the theatre’s Arts-in-Education statewide Power Play touring program sponsored by Entergy Mississippi.
Entergy Arkansas is sharing and caring in the Ozarks.
Students learn about nuclear energy and how they can prepare for career opportunities in the industry.
Armed with gloves, garbage bags and grabbers, Entergy employees and volunteers descended on areas around Lake Pontchartrain to help clean up.