When there’s a need in the community, Tucson Electric Power and our employees step up.
TEP offers internships as a way to develop future leaders, support education in our community and develop a pipeline for future employees.
Through a partnership with the American Heart Association, TEP provided funding for eight kits and education support.
TEP is helping to fight homelessness in Tucson through financial support of Old Pueblo Community Services.
Kathleen Bethel, CEO of SARSEF, writes about TEP’s longtime support of the foundation, including its title sponsorship of the regional science fair this month.
Tucson Electric Power is sponsoring scholarships for University of Arizona and Pima Community College students who are interested in electric energy jobs. UA and Pima students can apply for scholarships between $1,000 and $3,000 each from the RMEL Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides educational opportunities for students pursuing careers in the utility industry. The
TEP is working to improve the quality of life for our most vulnerable residents.