The innovative educational program that debuted at Hamilton on Broadway continued in New Orleans on March 29, when more than 2,600 students and teachers from 41 high schools attended a matinee performance of the musical at the Saenger Theatre.
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.
Fund was created to ensure future educational assistance for surviving children or spouses of 2001 attack victims.
More than $26 million in scholarships secured since 2011.
They weren’t summoned by the sheriff like in the Wild West. This posse was part of Posse New Orleans, the local chapter of a national program that provides college preparation, access and support for low-income minority students.
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.
Entergy Texas recently named four scholarship recipients to attend the Community Development Institute Texas program at Lone Star College.
Support from the Entergy Charitable Foundation has helped New Schools for Baton Rouge respond to the community’s demand for excellence in public education by helping transform underperforming schools in the capital city.
Entergy New Orleans' Drew Thompson appreciates the support he received to make a successful transition from high school to college. Thanks to Posse New Orleans, he's returning the favor for a new generation of students.