Commercial nuclear power is experiencing a resurgence of interest as an environmentally sound, safe and economically competitive means to meet the world's growing demand for energy.
Westinghouse Electric Company is the world's pioneering nuclear energy company and is a leading supplier of nuclear plant products and technologies to utilities throughout the world. As part of this nuclear renaissance, we will be in need of qualified leaders for our industry in the future. That is why careers in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields are vital to the future of our company.
Because we firmly believe in STEM, N-Vision offers two grant programs for educators and their students:
N-Vision a Brighter Future Grant
This grant is awarded to schools that exhibit creativity in science, technology, engineering and mathematics education of middle and high school students. Three schools (middle and high) will be awarded $1,000 each for any creative project dealing with STEM. The project must be completed during the school year. The winning schools will also receive an additional $2,000 to be put towards any science department needs.
to get the guidelines and application.
Click here to view past winning projects.
Forms of Energy Video Contest Grant
Students in middle and high schools are asked to prepare a three-to-five minute video on the positive forms of energy, including nuclear energy. Two schools will receive $1,000 each to be applied to any science department needs.
Click here to get the guidelines and application.
Click here to view past winning videos.
If you need additional information on the grant process, contact email@example.com.