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DTE launches new resource dedicated to supporting veterans

This guest post is from retired Marine and DTE Energy employee…

Bernice Jones has a voice for volunteering and enjoys sharing it

Bernice Jones is a 35-year veteran at DTE Energy, a leader in…

Serving her community nets one DTE employee a surprise honor

When Karissa Holmes, senior attorney for DTE Energy found out…

'Don't sell yourself short on difference you can make,' advises GRBJ 40 Under Forty winner

Titles do not matter as much to Scotty Kehoe having a role on…

Apprentice Lineman places in International Lineman’s Rodeo

Paul Vivian started his journey at DTE Energy back in May when…

Tips for young women who love STEM

Joi Harris has loved science, technology and math since she can…

These DTE Energy ambassadors are passionate to see young women flourish with STEM

Job shadowing works. Just ask Joi Harris, vice president of…

The correlation between working safely with electricity and competitive jousting

Brian Stephenson is not just a power quality technician for DTE…
Leader Dogs for the Blind's Rochester Hills campus received landscaping services courtesy of our Human Resources team.

Blending diversity and inclusion with community outreach during Month of Caring

Community outreach and diversity and inclusion are key components…
Joi Harris, vice president of DTE Gas Operations, hand-draws a DTE Energy Care Force logo to a child’s lunch bag.

Unassumingly serving 7,500 kids each weekday in west Michigan

Walking into an unassuming building off of I-196 in Kent County,…