At TVA, we are powered by people—and we are enriched by the diversity of a talented, highly skilled workforce made up of people from every sort of background. We draw strength from diversity, and cultivate an atmosphere of active inclusion.
We know you bring more than skills; you bring experiences and perspectives. We are committed to including individuals from every race, color, national origin, ethnicity, gender, ability/disability, sexual orientation, religion, age and personality. We know that differences make us stronger.
Each and every day we are responsible for making life better in the Valley. We do that by ensuring that all qualified candidates receive consideration for open jobs at TVA—and by ensuring all employees are encouraged, engaged and empowered to contribute 100 percent of their talents, 100 percent of the time as they continue to build on our legacy of service.
If you are involved with a diversity recruiting organization and have ideas about how we can extend our outreach, we want to hear from you. Email us at email@example.com or call us at (866) 620-8010.
TVA’s Transmission and Power Supply group hosts a summer 2018 STEM camp for high school girls—to rave reviews!
Thanks to its involvement with students at Alabama A&M University, TVA has been recognized for its efforts to support and promote diversity in the workforce.
Children with special needs experience the thrill of “fish on” thanks to TVA and the CAST for Kids Foundation.
TVA promotes Asian Pacific American Heritage Month at Chattanooga Dragon Boat Festival for Children’s Hospital.
The American Association of Blacks in Energy provides encouragement and support for people of color who want to make a career in the energy field.
A generous contribution of $250,000 by TVA to the United Way of Greater Knoxville will help support more than 56 United Way partner agencies in the Knoxville area during the holiday season and into 2019.
In FY18, TVA set a new supplier diversity record, spending more than $445 million with diverse businesses—those owned by women, people of color, veterans and those located in historically underutilized business zones (Hubzones).
TVA partners with 18 federally recognized tribes on a government-government basis. Here's the story of one of them.
TVA, Electric Power Board of Chattanooga and the Tennessee Urban Leagues Affiliates recently teamed up to pilot a job skills training and minority candidate recruitment effort for positions supporting home construction and improvement. Every participant received a job offer
Internships give students a firsthand look at what comes after college—the experience can carve new career paths and inspire an unexplored interest.
TVA is committed to innovation, continuous improvement and inclusion, and a recent event highlighted all three. TVA’s Innovation Insights event, sponsored by employee resource groups Ignite and Spectrum, celebrated the way each notion plays together.
Ready to work for TVA? You’re in for a treat: All new hires go through New Employee Experience, a fun “onboarding” crash course on everything TVA, from its history and culture to its mission and vision.
To help boost the regional economy, TVA focused 80 percent of its spending on Valley-based businesses in 2017. Read about TVA’s ongoing commitment to small, diverse and local businesses.
TVA archeologist Michaelyn Harle was recently featured in the Tennessee Council for Professional Archeology (TCPA) blog. Her article focused on the role women have played in shaping the modern study of archeology.