TEP’s $20,000 contribution to the Earn to Learn program is helping students from limited-income families pursue higher education degrees.
TEP has teamed up with Southwest Gas to support a new Energy Technology Certificate Program that Pima Community College began offering this fall.
TEP is helping the Cooper Center for Environmental Learning provide high school students the opportunity to research and develop potential strategies for improving local air quality.
TEP is helping to build a pipeline of talent to fill high-growth, high-demand positions in the craft trades by collaborating with local schools and colleges and teachers and career counselors.
TEP is sponsoring a two-day symposium at Biosphere 2 this month to help K-12 science teachers increase their knowledge and classroom skills.
Look for TEP employees in their blue volunteers shirts at area Target stores Sundays in July.
TEP and our employee volunteers will help prepare students (and their parents) for the new school year by participating in the 5th Annual Badges and Backpacks event. Hosted by the Pima County Sheriff’s Department, the event takes place from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday July 13 at the Tucson Convention Center. This one-stop, back-to-school