In 2014, Dr. Calvin Mackie founded STEM NOLA to give children like his sons, Myles and Mason, more exposure to science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Since Entergy first partnered with ADL in 2009, company shareholders have contributed $530,000 to expand ADL's No Place for Hate program across Louisiana, Mississippi and Arkansas. As a result, No Place for Hate has reached more than 300,000 students with more schools participating every year.
Entergy Nuclear's Betina Bolin Brandon is helping change the face of STEM in the communities where our nuclear plants operate
We recently earned an 85 percent rating on the 2019 Corporate Equality Index, released annually by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
Partnerships with HBCUs reflect Entergy’s commitment to diversity and workforce development.
Entergy has once again been recognized by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council's prestigious America's Top Corporations for Women's Business Enterprises award.
Entergy has once again been recognized by Black Enterprise magazine as one of its 2018 50 Best Companies for Diversity. This is the fifth consecutive year Entergy has be included on the list.
Entergy is committed to working with local educational institutions to develop a workforce that can support the continued economic development of the Gulf South region as well as support Entergy's own workforce needs. A big part of that commitment involves building and retaining a workforce that reflects the rich diversity of the communities we serve.
Entergy is proud to partner with the American Indian College Fund, which provided scholarship support to more than 4,300 American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) students in 2017-18.