A new program at Grambling State University that seeks to address the representation of minorities in the technology field is off to a strong start, thanks to support from Entergy and a group of its employees volunteering as student mentors this semester.
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.”
With a better understanding of how you're charged for electricity, you have the power to find ways to save and reduce your energy bills.
As we reflect on Women’s History Month, we salute all the women and supporters that keep the doors open at Dress for Success New Orleans.
Entergy recognized the first EmPOWERing Pro Bono Day by connecting pro bono attorneys and resources with nearly 200 residents of Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas.
As we celebrate Earth Month, Entergy remains steadfast in our commitment to creating a cleaner, more resilient energy future for our customers and communities.
Last week, Entergy partnered with The American Heart Association as the title sponsor for STEM Goes Red – an annual event aimed to inspire and engage young women to consider careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, or STEM.
Entergy has received a prestigious national award from the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council recognizing companies that have demonstrated an ongoing commitment to including women-owned businesses in their supply chains.
Fleet electrification can be a frustratingly complex and time-consuming process. What will it cost? What environmental good will it do? Are federal and state grants available to cut the cost? Without an expert’s guidance, answering these questions with confidence can feel overwhelming, if not impossible.