Last week, Entergy joined the Louisiana Policy Institute for Children, or LPIC, and United Way of Southeast Louisiana at the Louisiana State Capitol for the release of a new report, “A Modern History of Early Care and Education in Louisiana.”
To inspire young people to help find new solutions to the flooding issues presented by climate change, Entergy sponsored a week-long educational symposium, Loyola Academy Science + Design, hosted by Loyola University.
Entergy was once again recognized as the most generous workplace by United Way of Southeast Louisiana during their June 23 annual meeting. The company was No. 1 on UWSELA's 2021 Top 10 Most Generous Workplaces list.
River Bend Station leader partners with Save One Life to raise money for victims of bleeding disorders.
The 2019 tax season represented a milestone in Entergy’s efforts to help low-income customers break the cycle of poverty.
Lake Charles Power Station manager included in Thrive magazine’s ‘Thirteen Thriving 30-Somethings.’
Entergy equips meter service trucks with automated external defibrillators to enhance first-aid capabilities.
It’s been nearly 20 years since Entergy’s former CEO, the late Wayne Leonard, saw the critical need for businesses to support childhood education programs and organizations. Through an economic study, we found that every dollar spent on high-quality early childhood education returns $9 in benefits to society.
Designation reflects Entergy’s commitment to proper tree pruning, planting and care throughout its service area.