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Williams supports Junior Achievement’s ‘Careers in Energy’ program

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Williams employee Daryl (left) presents a check to Bill Lucas, vice president of Development, Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania.

Williams and Junior Achievement are working together to identify schools in Fayette County, Pennsylvania and Marshall County, West Virginia, where students will take part in the new ‘Careers in Energy’ program.

The ‘Careers in Energy’ curriculum informs students in seventh, eighth and ninth grade about career and economic opportunities within the natural gas industry.

We donated $20,000 to support Junior Achievement’s efforts. Folks from our southwest Pennsylvania and West Virginia operations are also looking forward to going into the schools to share the materials with students.

Junior Achievement, in conjunction with the Marcellus Shale Coalition, developed the ‘Careers in Energy’ curriculum.