The funding will be used to support the Professional Development of 20 Project ReCharge STEM teachers for the 2018-2019 school year and to supply them with necessary classroom curriculum and materials needed for a successful year.

“The NGOE is pleased to be a partner in Project ReCharge. It is exciting to see and assist in promoting the development of young leaders in the energy industry!”

Vanessa Robertson, Executive Director for Envirolution said, “Each year, we rely upon strategic funding partners to help us support the many teachers in the state that provide STEM education. Project ReCharge provides curriculum that meets state and federal teaching standards and all the materials and resources to ensure our teacher’s success.”

(pictured are Robin Isaacs, Energy Programs Manager at NGOE and Vanessa Robertson, Envirolution)