Entergy’s Information Technology organization has announced the application period has opened for its scholarship program for New Orleans metro area college students.
Principal attributes portion of school’s “A” rating to the company’s support
Team reaches more than 1,500 students and families with nuclear education
Some of the best and brightest STEM students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the region recently visited Little Rock as part of the second annual Accessing Careers in Energy Summit.
Entergy and Accenture have partnered a second year with Grambling State University in Louisiana to develop an innovation and technology workforce of the future through an internship program called Level Up.
This year’s Fried Chicken Festival brought together thousands of people around a shared love of great food, music and culture – and amongst many of those festivalgoers were public school educators. As part of Entergy’s ongoing commitment to investing in our communities, we hosted the first-ever complimentary Teacher’s Lounge – an exclusive area at the festival for teachers and staff to enjoy VIP seating, live music, food and drinks.
Entergy Mississippi has committed to contributing $250,000 over five years to help fund the renovation of the Gore Arts Complex on the campus of Mississippi College in Clinton and providing another contribution of $250,000 over five years to the Foundation for Mississippi History to support a new initiative by the Mississippi Department of Archives and History to transform the Historic Jefferson College campus in Washington, Mississippi.
Entergy sends 35 future STEM leaders to the NOBCChE annual conference
Working with local barber shops and salons around the state, Entergy Arkansas will make it possible for children in all five service regions to receive haircuts for school at no charge.