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Diversity and Inclusion at TVA

Our mission statement

TVA’s diversity strategy is to maximize diversity awareness and inclusion to drive superior business results and sustainable competitive advantage.  It is an ongoing process that supports the ethics and business efforts of TVA, which are essential for our success as an organization.

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One key to TVA’s success is the extraordinary diversity of its culture — not just in race or gender but also in background, experience, and ideas.

Our Strategy:

  • To develop a comprehensive approach to inclusion
  • Breaking the barriers to drive change
  • Model inclusive behaviors throughout the organization
  • Implement a mentoring for professional development
  • Empower employee resource groups
  • Growing TVA’s School-to-Work Program

TVA works to ensure inclusive staffing through its normal recruiting processes but also by attending focus groups, career fairs, conferences, and other networking events that promote diversity hiring. If you would like to contact us to offer other ideas or if you are part of a diversity organization that can help us bring in top candidates, please e-mail us at Careers@tva.gov or call us at 866-620-8010 or 865-632-6824.

Candidates with special needs

If you have a disability that prevents you from applying online, please call us at 866-620-8010 or 865-632-6824.

Personal stories of inclusion at TVA

Allyson Woody, Unit Operator, Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant

Inclusion, equality, and justice for all

Scotty Farmer, Mechanical Tech, Level III, Bull Run Fossil Plant

 

Learn more about TVA's Diversity Council

 

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"TVA seeks engineers and IT folks and focuses on diversity"
-Diversity/Careers Feb/Mar 2010

 

Upcoming Events

TVA in partnership with Memphis Light Gas & Water (MLGW), is offering free EnergySmart Memphis Energy Education Workshops in Spanish for non-English speaking Hispanic residential customers. This joint proactive effort between TVA and MLGW was designed to be an outreach to Hispanics which is one of the fastest growing communities in Memphis and Shelby County. These workshops are open to the public year round at various locations, but some sessions are specifically targeted at areas that have large Hispanic populations. Spanish speaking instructors for this program were drawn from various walks of life within the Hispanic community.

For more information about this initiative please contact Jacquelynn Royston at Memphis Light Gas & Water: (901) 528-4188 or jroyston@mlgw.org.

 

Recruiting events schedule

 

           
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