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Most kids love to get creative with play and build things, whether the medium is Lego, clay, or even a computer program. Whether they know it or not, all of those skills can be applied to the world of engineering! In celebration of Engineer’s Week, 10. You can use your creativity every day 9. Many...
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-Posted by Paige Barnes, CEEF Director of Education One of the main reasons CEEF was formed and Energy Day came to be is because of the often-repeated question: why don’t more students pursue careers in STEM industries, especially the energy industry? Another question is why don’t we see more diversity in STEM fields? The very...
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DENVER – Families, students, educators, local industry leaders and robotics competitors descended on Denver’s East High School Saturday at the third annual Energy Day Festival, hosted by Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) and the Consumer Energy Education Foundation (CEEF). The free family event, which drew a crowd of thousands, centered on educating attendees about the importance...
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We’re excited to share that the Boy Scouts of America Denver Area Council is giving out a special STEM Nova Energy Day Badge to scouts who visit their booth on Saturday, September 28th. What Are the STEM Nova Awards? The Boy Scouts of America developed the STEM Nova Awards program to excite and expand a...
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As we settle back into the school year, some of us may think of Labor Day as the unofficial, official end-of-summer. Labor Day, however, actually marks the celebration of the social and economic achievements of American workers. And, what better way to celebrate than by recognizing all of the teachers and educators across the U.S....
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Do you know how fun science and math can be? Mark your calendars and come join us for Energy Day Colorado on September 28th, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Denver East High School. Energy Day is Colorado’s first FREE family festival dedicated to focused on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Through hands-on...
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Keep cool and save energy this summer with these curated energy savings tips for living in Colorado. For more information on ways to save, click the links within each section. 1. Open windows at night. The dry climate and higher altitude in Colorado contribute to dramatic temperature swings we tend to see in our state....
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Are you looking for a way to give back or get involved with the community? Do you have an interest in STEM? We’ve got just the thing for you… Become a volunteer for Energy Day Colorado! We have several volunteer opportunities for the day of the event, including: directing participants from parking areas to the...
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Did you know that the Consumer Energy Education Foundation has curated a list of sample STEM-related lesson plans that you can access for free? And the best part? You don’t need to be a teacher to use them! Kids love to learn when they don’t know they’re learning, so you can use the lessons as...
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Summer is officially here in the Mile High City and this Thursday you can expect to see all things red, white, and blue. This year, when you’re watching fireworks with your friends and family, you can wow them by explaining the science behind how fireworks work! Let’s break it down… We know that fireworks are...
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