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Entergy strives to contribute to a society that is healthy, educated, environmentally safe and productive. In 2012 Entergy...

Supported the Firstline Charter School Network Blended Learning programs which helped students achieve double-digit academic growth while substantially closing the funding gap between public funding and actual cost per pupil. 

Helped train the next generation of nuclear workers by awarding scholarships and providing training in radiation health physics for minority students attending Alcorn State University in Mississippi.

Partnered with Bike Easy, the Louisiana Public Health Institute and the City of New Orleans to create NOLA Bike to Work Day. More than 500 riders participated in the event, which was designed to encourage residents to save money, save energy and save the environment by biking to work.

Helped middle school students attending after-school enrichment programs at the Energy and Environment Academy for Excellence in Yonkers, N.Y. explore the concepts of energy conservation, alternative energy and the impact of energy sources on the environment.

Provided food, shelter and job referrals to more than 8,000 low income individuals through the Brattleboro Area Drop In Center in Brattleboro, Vt.

Helped 1,100 students at KIPP Delta schools in Helena and Blytheville, Ark. stay in school and graduate on time.  Ninety percent of KIPP Delta’s graduates are enrolled in college or serving in the armed forces.

Deployed 175 tech-savvy Teach Up interns to help close the digital divide in underserved communities in the Mississippi Delta.

Advocated to restore federal protections for the critically endangered North Atlantic right whale through our support for the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society of North America.

Provided 8,400 hours of tutoring to 170 students ranging from age 6 to 84 years young who participated in the Twin Lakes Literacy Council tutoring program in Mountain Home, Ark.

Teamed up with the Nature Conservancy, the Beaumont Independent School District and the Little Rock Independent School District to teach students about energy conservation and climate change.

Provided 2,400 nutritionally balanced grocery baskets for low income seniors at the South Shore Community Action Council volunteers in Plymouth, Mass.

Provided educational support, counseling, mentoring and case management to 300 at-risk youth through Inspire, Encourage and Achieve in Beaumont, Texas.