What do resilience, respect and alligator hide have in common? They’re three invaluable traits women must have in order to continue to break through glass ceilings they encounter in life and protect women’s rights.
What is PSEG doing to ensure that everyone has the best workplace experience? What is the most common misconception about diversity, equity and inclusion? Does DEI differ among generations? When it comes to diversity, equity and inclusion, there always is more to learn. We continue our series with Janeen Johnson, PSEG’s enterprise DEI manager, to learn the answers to these questions and more.
What started as an office cleanout turned into a donation of more than 3,000 binders to help local schools. “COVID has hit a lot of families hard – especially financially - which has made it difficult for parents to acquire necessary school supplies for their children. This donation will help the children of Newark get some necessary school supplies they need." - Resource Recovery Specialist Kelsey DuBois. #PSEGProud #community #donations #corporatesocialresponsibility #ESG
PSEG and TechUnited:NJ team up to offer a $50K cash prize to be awarded to the startup demonstrating innovative solutions for promoting electrified transportation through the TechUnited:BetterPlanet Challenge. Startups based in the US creating innovative and equitable solutions to adopt and implement electrified means of transportation are encouraged to apply to this great program. Learn more about the challenge here.
The “Tiny Titans” and “Wonder Kids,” of the Yellow Brick Road Nursery & Preschool in Highland Park, New Jersey, were curious about the backhoes and other heavy machinery that recently started to appear on the block in front of their school. Since the school had been notified by PSE&G of pending Gas System Modernization Program work, Teacher Sandi Cooks requested a learning experience and Gas Construction Outreach made it happen.
Funded by the PSEG Foundation, grants help build healthy, resilient and sustainable communities
Sustainable Jersey announced the thirty-two New Jersey municipalities selected to receive a Sustainable Jersey grant funded by the PSEG Foundation. Four $20,000 grants, eight $10,000 grants and twenty $2,000 grants were distributed to municipalities in fourteen New Jersey counties.