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Entergy supports program that encourages schools and communities to combat bias and bullying.
Insights > Giving Back
Jackson’s Obama Magnet School Designated “No Place for Hate”
08/22/2019

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Customer Service received support from the Madison Office in donating to the United Way of the Capital Area's "2019 School Tools Drive" for Canton Area Schools.
Customer Service received support from the Madison Office in donating to the United Way of the Capital Area's "2019 School Tools Drive" for Canton Area Schools.
Insights > Giving Back
Employees Donate More Than 4,300 School Supplies to Van Winkle Elementary and Other Schools
08/22/2019

Entergy’s nuclear team has supported Van Winkle students for more than three decades.

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Baxter Wilson employee expresses appreciation to Entergy leaders for supporting military efforts.
Insights > People Power
Conerly Answers the Call of Duty
08/22/2019

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Ivan Smith, director of the Hinds County School District, presents an award of appreciation to Tammy Rankin, Entergy Mississippi customer service representative.
Ivan Smith, director of the Hinds County School District, presents an award of appreciation to Tammy Rankin, Entergy Mississippi customer service representative.
Insights > People Power
Tammy Rankin Recognized by Hinds County School District for Outstanding Support
08/22/2019

Entergy employee ensures that schools receive reliable, efficient service year-round.

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: Hayley Perkins (left), Entergy Mississippi customer service assistant and president of DCBW, is shown with Olivia Craig, City of Southaven director of marketing and vice president of DCBW.
: Hayley Perkins (left), Entergy Mississippi customer service assistant and president of DCBW, is shown with Olivia Craig, City of Southaven director of marketing and vice president of DCBW.
Insights > Giving Back
Entergy Presents $1,000 Grant to DeSoto County Business Women
08/22/2019

DCBW scholarships help non-traditional students complete degrees and re-enter the workforce.

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New Stage actors performed “Pinocchio” for 180 students at John Hopkins Elementary School in Jackson in May.
New Stage actors performed “Pinocchio” for 180 students at John Hopkins Elementary School in Jackson in May.
Insights > Giving Back
Entergy Power Play Supports New Stage Theatre Arts-in-Education Touring Program
06/13/2019

“If Not Us, Then Who?” and “Pinocchio” enjoyed by audiences across Mississippi.

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Insights > Giving Back
Entergy Named 2019 Tree Line USA Utility by Arbor Day Foundation
04/26/2019

Designation reflects Entergy’s commitment to proper tree pruning, planting and care throughout its service area.

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Insights > People Power, Giving Back
Playing Hooky is Part of the Work Culture at Entergy
04/23/2019

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Insights > People Power, Giving Back
Entergy Employees Fuel $3.5M Economic Impact through Volunteerism in 2018
04/16/2019

Our work goes far beyond keeping the lights on and the natural gas flowing, as we have for more than a century.

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