Speaking up in support of Asian Americans
Messages from BGE CEO Carim Khouzami and the BGE Racially Inclusive, Safe, and Equitable Community Initiative
In their words: Baltimore members of Exelon’s Asian American employee resource group reflect on the increased threat of hatred and violence
“I often tend to stay quiet, just watching as most people fail to acknowledge this is happening.”
BGE Celebrates Natural Gas Utility Workers’ Day
“We are truly appreciative and thankful for our gas workers’ efforts as they work year-round, especially during these challenging times, to maintain and modernize our natural gas system.”
“We Need to Start Hugging and Stop Shooting.”
BGE’s Val Jenkins’ Hug Don’t Shoot non-profit is now dealing hugs across the country.
Ferguson Trenching: committed to the community through workforce development
Ferguson Trenching partnered with Civic Works and BGE to prepare – and hire – underserved Marylanders for utility careers.
Dre’s journey from highschool to a career | BGE’s Smart Energy Internship
Dre Mills is starting his career as a heavy truck mechanic after exposure to job possibilities through BGE’s Smart Energy Internship program
BGE Smart Energy Interns gain experience at home during pandemic
Nearly 50 interns from area high schools focused on the trades will experience BGE’s Smart Energy Internship from home this year, gaining skills and experience that will help them develop their career path
BGE profiles: Shameka Wilson, gas controller in Gas System Control
Meet the first woman in BGE history to serve as gas controller, the latest chapter of her career that has focused on country, customers, and community
BGE profiles: Kat Mckitish, senior engineer in Electric Distribution Engineering and Standards
To women considering non-traditional work at BGE, she says, “Don’t sell yourself short. You’re always stronger and more intelligent than you think you are.”
BGE profiles: Saché Martin, engineer and distribution systems operator
She heard the voice of her childhood mentor rising above the constant hum of warnings that “engineering is a man’s career.”
“Let us cast down our buckets where we are”
Reflections from a Baltimore City educator who helped lead a landmark BGE summer jobs program in the late 1960s
Twins Follow Similar STEM Career Path at Exelon
Dawn and Amber are responsible for managing electrical distribution for two major utilities in the mid-Atlantic. This is their story.
From a life uprooted, a burgeoning career
An internship through BGE’s workforce development program is the latest stop for Adriana Gonzalez, who moved to Baltimore from Puerto Rico with her family and started over—unexpectedly.
BGE CEO Calvin Butler Speaks on Diversity and Inclusion: “When we come from a place of purpose, the impact ripples outward…”
BGE CEO Calvin Butler delivered the keynote address at Maryland Governor Larry Hogan’s Business Summit and shared why it is so important to nurture a culture that celebrates diversity and demands inclusion
Nailed it! Girls grades 7-12 learn from BGE’s best women field workers
Yes, girls enjoy construction jobs, too!
Exelon Women Donate Hundreds of items in Donation Drive
Network of Exelon Women sponsors donation drive for professional women’s attire to support a Baltimore nonprofit
Portraits of Pride
Baltimore-area Exelon employees share why they marched in the city’s 2019 PRIDE parade in celebration of the vibrant local LGBT community