Welcome to BVI

Take time to enjoy the wildflowers.
Now is the time to enjoy the many wildflowers that bloom in the Tennessee Valley. Shown above: the Large Flowered Bellwort.

BVI is a nonprofit organization for TVA retirees. Through BVI, retirees can get involved in worthwhile activities such as:

TVA retirees, employees, former employees, and their spouses are encouraged to register with BVI.

Registration is quick and easy.  Click here to register.

Job Openings

The following positions are temporary contract jobs with TVA, except where noted.  Click the links below for full details, including information on how to apply.

Please note:  You must be a TVA retiree or former employee to perform contract work through BVI.

Recent Articles of Interest

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>>BVI, TVARA Help Food Banks

>> Become a Citizen Archivist

>> TVARS Message to Retirees

>> Video of Tornado Damage – April 2020

>> “River Neighbors” Newsletter 

>> New TVARA Valleywide President

>> Retiree Picnic Photos

>>TVA and BVI Award $600,000 in STEM Grants

>> 2020 Cost-of-Living Adjustment

>> Spectacular Video of Norris Dam

>> Tennessee River Gorge Recreation Map

>> TVA Retirees Gather for Annual Picnic

>> John Hoskins Joins BVI Board of Directors

>> “Fontana Dam Hilton” Gets High Marks from REI Sporting Goods

>> Jim and Carolyn Dodson Named Volunteers of the Year

>> TVA’s Trailblazing Women

>> Historic Norris Mural Restoration

>> TVA Retiree Resources – health and retirement benefits
 
>>
Women in History Visit TVA

>> Click and Play “The TVA Song”

>> Try Out TVA’s Solar Calculator

>>“Books for the People” Video

>> “The Artist with a Camera”

>> Vintage Photos – TVA Engineers

>> Vintage Photos from Fontana

>> Vintage Photos of TVA Village at Apalachia Dam

>> “Hospital Compare” Website

>> TVA Auctions on GovDeals Website

>> How to Beat Diabetes — A Retiree’s Story

>> Discounts for AAA Auto, Biltmore and Dell Computers

>> Develop Your Lifestyle Portfolio — the key to a happy retirement (by Dr. Steve Chardos)

>> Would You Like to Volunteer at a National Park?