Ed Garrison, recovery manager at Entergy’s Grand Gulf Nuclear Station, is a community connector, strengthening relationships that tie organizations and citizenry together to make a bigger impact than any individual could manage alone.
The year 2020 will live in infamy thanks to the many storms, both literal and figurative, that we’ve all had to weather. A pandemic, social injustices, political divisiveness and natural disasters, including a record-breaking hurricane season, can easily overshadow even the best of times. But it’s important not to let trauma cloud our memories and to look for the bright spots in 2020 as we hope for a better year ahead. In that spirit, here are our favorite memories and accomplishments of 2020.
Our work goes far beyond keeping the lights on and the natural gas flowing, as we have for more than a century.
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.
MSU engineering students tour transmission facilities in Jackson and learn about Entergy careers.
Entergy Nuclear has served as Van Winkle’s Adopt-A-School partner for more than three decades.
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.
Funding provides resources to manage the brake’s wetland system for the first time in refuge history.
Engineering Week activities at JSU focus on need for more STEM-based education in Mississippi.