Teacher Resources

The goal of the Get into Energy / Get into STEM program is not only to help students see the exciting STEM career opportunities available in the energy industry. It also strives to provide educators with free but very valuable tools and information to help our future workforce Get into STEM.

Teacher Resources

The goal of the Get into Energy / Get into STEM program is not only to help students see the exciting STEM career opportunities available in the energy industry. It also strives to provide educators with free but very valuable tools and information to help our future workforce Get into STEM.

STEM Overview

STEM refers to an interdisciplinary approach to learning where science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are woven together through real-world contexts. STEM learning is designed to help students engage more deeply, make connections between ideas and between subject areas, and think critically to solve rigorous problems.

The goal of STEM education is to help create a 21st-century workforce where workers think on their feet, solve problems dynamically, see and leverage connections, and have the confidence to think creatively. STEM learning aims to produce learners who will drive innovation and apply science, technology, engineering, and mathematics to solving the big, complex problems that impact us all.

Teaching Tips and Activities

Why a STEM Career?

Learning through STEM engages students and helps them build important skills for their future. It also puts them on a path toward high-paying, in-demand careers in STEM fields.

Teacher Tips: Why students should explore a STEM career

What Are STEM Skills?

High-quality instruction focusing on STEM skills should emphasize problem solving, creativity, inquiry skills, math and science skills, engineering-design thinking, critical thinking, and collaboration.

Important Info: What are STEM skills?

GIE Resource: Get Into Energy Test Prep Workshop

Hot STEM Careers Today

By studying the tasks and required skills for key jobs within the energy industry, students can learn about employment expectations and how a variety of careers fit within our society.

Energy Career Profiles: Generation Technician | Plant Operator | Lineworker | Natural Gas Service Technician | Electrical/Power Engineer

Apply for an energy job today with GetIntoEnergy.jobs.

Cutting-Edge STEM Trends

There is a lot happening in STEM right now, and more will continue to happen each day. Get your students engaged in discussing and thinking about the latest STEM developments and what they mean for our world.

Teacher Tips: Classroom activities related to cutting-edge STEM trends

Get Involved in STEM

Getting involved in STEM is important for both students and educators. Teachers can join national or state-wide organizations, volunteer with a local STEM club, or even start a STEM club of their own.

Teacher Tips: Professional organizations, volunteer/leadership opportunities, and how to start your own STEM group

Energy Scholarships

Help your students identify some of the many scholarships available in energy-related fields and guide them in getting started with applications. Teachers can take advantage of a number of grants and awards as well.

Teacher Tips: Scholarships/grants for teachers, application tips for students and teachers

Competitions & Contests

With the right planning and organization, STEM contests and competitions can be an effective way to get your classrooms involved and working together. You might even decide to start your own competition for your class or school.

Teacher Tips: Entering competitions or starting a one of your own 

ABOUT US

Get Into Energy / Get Into STEM is a ground-breaking program designed to build awareness among students, parents, teachers, guidance counselors, and others about the value of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education and the excellent career opportunities available in the energy industry.

Get Into Energy / Get Into STEM is managed by the Center for Energy Workforce Development (CEWD), a non-profit consortium of electric, natural gas, and nuclear utilities and their associations.

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