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Today we celebrate our Hess interns! Hess offers high school and college students opportunities in many technical and non-technical roles. We welcome people with diverse skills and perspectives who can help us supply the energy the world needs safely and responsibly.
We recruit on campus and in partnership with The National GEM Consortium, Jackie Robinson Foundation and Genesys Works Program.
“As they start their careers, our interns are already making a difference in the world. They learn, make a meaningful contribution, build lasting relationships and have lots of fun,” said Angela Croghan, Hess Director of Talent Management & Organization Effectiveness.
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CEO John Hess joined Guyana’s President Dr. Irfaan Ali to announce a multi-year national healthcare initiative in collaboration with the Mount Sinai Health System. Funded jointly by Hess Corporation and the Government of Guyana, the initiative will provide the people of Guyana with access to affordable, high quality healthcare.
“We are proud to be part of the strategic partnership with the Government of Guyana and the Mount Sinai Health System to bring a brighter and healthier future for every Guyanese citizen now and for generations to come,” said CEO John Hess.
Hess is proud to support the Louisiana Highway One (LA 1) Improvement Project, as part of our involvement in the LA 1 Coalition. We recently participated in a groundbreaking event to honor construction beginning on the final phase of the highway renovation, which plays a significant role as a gateway from the Gulf of Mexico for energy production. Many dignitaries were in attendance including Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards, members of the Louisiana Congressional delegation and other state officials. Joel Noyes, Hess Senior Manager, Government and External Affairs and Brock Hajdik, Hess Vice President, Gulf of Mexico were both in attendance at the event.
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More than 20 Hess Force volunteers joined Friends of the Souris River and Minot Parks to clean the Souris River in Minot, North Dakota. They removed 1,660 pounds of garbage from the riverbank.
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Nine students from the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Houston (BBBS) “Beyond School Walls” mentoring program at Edison Middle School in Houston’s Second Ward/Magnolia Park neighborhood will graduate from middle school to high school in June 2022. Each of the students has been paired with a Hess mentor since sixth grade. Hess volunteers have helped the students gain leadership skills, achieve their educational goals and increase their confidence. Hess mentors, school administrators and BBBS representatives celebrated the students’ achievements recently at Hess Tower.
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In our continued support of Prairie Grit Adaptive Sports, we recently donated an additional $15,000 to expand their programming for special needs youth, adults and their families in the Minot, North Dakota community. The gift will be used for supplies needed for summer activities including sports, outdoor and adventure camps.
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Thank you to our Hess Force team for supporting this year’s Bike MS 150, cycling over 140 miles from Houston to Austin. We are a proud sponsor of the annual bike ride that is a key fundraiser for the fight against multiple sclerosis.
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Through our partnership with local professional men’s and women’s soccer teams, Dynamo and Dash, we honored 20 students in Houston’s Second and Third Wards for their academic and leadership achievements. The collaboration is part of the Hess Learning for Life Partnership – a three-year, $9 million commitment to fund educational programs and support services for children in underserved Houston communities.
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Hess contributed $200,000 to the development of Avenue’s Early Childhood Education Center as part of the new headquarters in Houston’s Northside. The center offers an early education program for families and access to essential support services that will improve the quality of life for individuals and the community.
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