(CHICAGO, IL) January 21, 2015 –More than 250 underserved high school students in Chicago and Philadelphia will enhance local parks, gain important career skills and earn a paycheck through an acclaimed summer jobs program conducted by the Student Conservation Association (SCA) and funded by the Exelon Foundation.Read more
The Exelon Foundation is an independent, non-proﬁt philanthropic organization funded solely by Exelon Corporation, one of the nation’s largest electric companies with a nationwide reach and strong positions in the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic. Exelon’s family of companies includes energy generation, power marketing, transmission and energy delivery. Since its inception, Exelon has been committed to minimizing its impact on the planet and fostering a culture of community involvement and environmental stewardship.
The Exelon Foundation supports SCA’s Community Conservation Programs in Chicago and Philadelphia, which engages diverse local teens in conservation service and environmental education while strengthening their job readiness and leadership skills. Recently, Exelon executives spent the day at Sagawau Environmental Learning Center where they spoke with SCA crew members and participated in a service project.