Dozens of middle school and high school girls from the Lackawanna County area descended on Johnson College in Scranton on Thursday, March 22 to learn about career opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math from the experts themselves – women in STEM.
Sure, there are many benefits to working from home. But for those who work remotely, many things are likely missing from your traditional in-person work environment. Three PPL leaders recently offered great tips on how to advance your career in a virtual environment.
On Memorial Day, we pay tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country – as PPL celebrates its 100th anniversary, we look back in history to World War II, when employee sacrifices transformed the company’s workforce.
Hotel in Sunbury was first ever to be illuminated by Edison’s revolutionary system.
Phoebe A. Wood, the newest addition to PPL’s diverse Board of Directors, has honed her leadership style during an impressive career spanning more than three decades. She has been successful in many different roles – from financial management to business development.
Take a look through our memory book, recognizing some of the women of PPL who blazed new trails, shattered expectations and boldly stepped into new roles. Today and every day, we celebrate all of the women past and present who have contributed to the forward progress of PPL.