Exelon Generation employees from FitzPatrick and Nine Mile Point joined forces with students from SUNY Oswego to help with spring cleaning and upgrades at the YMCA as part of SUNY Oswego's Alternative Spring Break program.
Through the program, students who opt to stay on campus for spring break can pair up with local employers to perform community service projects. Exelon chose to support the YMCA as we have several employees involved with the organization.
Eight students and six employees worked for a day to upgrade the YMCA's women's locker room and do spring cleaning throughout the facility. During a lunch hosted by Exelon, students interacted with employees learning about the company and nuclear power.
Exelon considers it our responsibility to improve the quality of life for people in the communities where we live, work and serve. This is just another example of how we encourage employees to support organizations through volunteer services.
Thanks to our volunteers – Talon Sprouse, Michael Anderson and Ryan Woodward of Nine Mile Point as well as Zachary Cox and Colleen Caramella.