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PSA announces corporate social responsibility program

PSA announces corporate social responsibility program

WESTMINISTER, Colo.—To better its community as well as the low-voltage systems integration industry as a whole, PSA, which is focused on philanthropic giving, employee wellness and developing the next generation of industry leaders, launched its corporate social responsibility program. 

“Our employees have been the driving force in getting PSA involved in supporting our communities,” Bill Bozeman, CEO, PSA said in the announcement. “I’m constantly impressed by their willingness to jump in and help. Just during COVID-19, we have written letters to senior citizens who have been isolated from their families and friends, as well as funded a donation to youth aging out of the foster system. We are proud and honored to have such service-minded employees at PSA and USAV.”

PSA established a community service committee that regularly comes up with initiatives for employees to support. A key focus for charitable giving is organizations with causes that impact PSA employees, their families or PSA members and owners. 

At its annual conference, TEC, presented by PSA, PSA offers a chance for the industry to get involved in a charitable project by partnering with Mission 500 to support the host-city community. From building hygiene kits to stuffing backpacks with school supplies, TEC attendees can get in on the action while visiting the exhibit hall. 

PSA also awards an annual $5,000 security scholarship to someone working in the security industry or their child. The recipient must aspire to a career in physical and cyber security; be in good scholastic standing; and provide a statement about why they are the best candidate for the scholarship.

In addition to its existing scholarship, PSA is currently exploring how it can promote diversity within the security industry through internships and additional scholarships. PSA plans to launch this part of its corporate social responsibility program in 2021. 

“One of the largest challenges our industry faces is developing and retaining next generation talent,” Ric McCullough, president, PSA said. “This is why we developed our scholarship program and aim to expand it even further. We can all agree that the security and AV industries will greatly benefit from more diversity, and we are looking at ways we can be a champion for this.” 


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