Prairie State Volunteers Teach Junior Achievement

Prairie State Volunteers Teach Junior Achievement

Prairie State is committed to giving back to our community. One of our most successful programs has been our partnership with Junior Achievement to educate young people about work readiness, entrepreneurship, and personal finance with engaging, interactive programs. We bring this curriculum to area schools each year to help inspire and prepare our young people to take leadership roles in the gl… More
PSGC Souper Bowl V a Huge Success

PSGC Souper Bowl V a Huge Success

For the fifth-straight year, Prairie State Energy Campus continued its annual PSGC Souper Bowl program with this year’s Souper Bowl V. PSEC starts the campaign every year the Monday following the Super Bowl by collecting non-perishable food items and cash donations to support the Combating Hunger on Weekends, or CHOW, program at Okawville Grade School and the Marissa Food Pantry.   This … More

PSGC Recognized by American Red Cross

In January 2015, an all-volunteer group of employees who believed that we can and should invest in the community created a Blood Drive Committee. The committee recognized that blood donations could raise the outlook for healthcare self-sufficiency in southern Illinois, and the sheer importance of saving the lives of local people. This week, the American Red Cross recognized Prairie State, the… More

PSGC Souper Bowl IV

For the past four years, Prairie State's employees have been "kicking off" their Souper Bowl food drive the Monday after the Super Bowl, to help local families and children in need. Non-perishable food items and cash donations support the CHOW program at Okawville Grade School and the Marissa Food Pantry. Parents at Okawille Grade School established the “Combating Hunge… More