Keystone manager making profound impact on lives of at-risk youth in New Orleans

Keystone takes great pride in our employees’ efforts to improve their communities through active leadership. One dedicated member of our team was recently recognized for making a profound impact on the lives of underprivileged New Orleans youths.


Steve Goulet, Marine and Terminal Technical Services Manager for Keystone, has a distinguished 40-plus year career engineering significant projects. But Steve will be the first to say his professional accolades pale in comparison to the work of his non-profit, Father’s House Kids. Steve founded the organization in 2012 with a mission to provide at-risk teens the opportunity to build character and learn life skills necessary to lead healthy, successful lives.


Steve and his staff of 20 full-time volunteers have impacted the lives of over 100 young men through Father’s House Kids. The volunteer instructors include teachers, general contractors, plumbers, electricians, and engineers of various disciplines. They focus on developing critical thinking and technical aptitude by integrating academic STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math) concepts into specific job-focused skill training.


Click here to see WWL-TV New Orleans feature on Father’s House Kids.


Keystone’s Community Involvement Initiative provided backing to Father’s House Kids in 2015 to further its efforts. We look forward to continuing our support of Steve’s and other philanthropic endeavors as we actively encourage all our employees to promote our values at work, at home, and in their communities.


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