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JEA provides free science resources for parents, teachers and children of all ages in our service territory. Our organization.is comprised of engineers, electricians, biologists, lab technicians, software developers and computer systems analysts and we are eager to help educate our future STEM workforce. Click below to learn about resources available:
Bursting with online STEM and conservation oriented games, as well as some excellent ideas for Science Fair projects for middle school and high school students.
Presentations for elementary and middle school age children that will teach students how to conserve electricity and water at home.
Parent tools to help encourage and teach younger children to explore science.
Reading materials, DVDs, and LIVE performances. They’re available to both public and private school teachers who teach in our service territory.
These programs provide hands-on experience for high school and college students already enrolled in degree and technical programs in their chosen field.
High School and College Internship Programs
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