Teacher Grants

Teachers, learn more about grants available through CEWD member companies that support STEM and/or energy education in the classroom.

APS/Phoenix Suns STEM Teacher Grants: Arizona Public Service (APS) and the Phoenix Suns partner to offer Arizona K-12 teachers a grant up to $2,500 to implement STEM projects in their classrooms. Learn more
Environmental Education and Stewardship Grants: Requests from public and private K-12 schools are considered on a competitive basis through the Dominion Environmental Education and Stewardship grants program. Applications are accepted starting in January and decisions are announced during April. Learn more
OG&E and OGE Energy Corp. Foundation DonorsChoose.org STREM Match Offer: OG&E and the OGE Energy Corp. Foundation will match donations, dollar-for-dollar, for qualifying projects requesting STREM books, educational kits, games, and lab equipment. Projects must be in public schools in OG&E’s service area with at least 75% of students from low-income homes, with a total cost of $600 or less. Learn more
OG&E DonorsChoose.org Energy Efficiency Projects: OG&E provides funding for projects that promote or teach energy efficiency and/or request EPA-rated products for the classroom. Energy efficiency funds are available for qualifying projects in all public schools located within the company’s Oklahoma service area. Learn more


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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