Opportunity for schools to receive energy education grants

ComEd/Exelon is participating in the Energizing Student Potential (ESP) program that provides funding and curriculum resources to educate students in grades 5-8 about energy. Schools can apply to receive a cash grant for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) activities in the classroom and an energy fair, $2,000 for hands-on kits and curriculum, and teacher training.

Here’s what schools need to know:

Energizing Student Potential (ESP) is a STEM-focused energy program for grades 5-8.

ComEd/Exelon partner with Nicor Gas, Peoples Gas, North Shore Gas, and BP America to fund the program.

Curriculum resources are provided to schools to educate students on energy.

Link for schools to apply: https://app.wizehive.com/appform/login/ESPIL2018

Deadline to apply is September 9.

For more information, visit Energizing Student Potential.