Educational Resources from JEA


JEA provides free science resources for parents, teachers and children of all ages in our service territory. Our comprised of engineers, electricians, biologists, lab technicians, software developers and computer systems analysts and we are eager to help educate our future STEM workforce. Read below to learn about resources available from JEA.


JEA Ambassadors joining elementary students in their classroom for fun, interactive activities, teaching good safety practices and how to spot electric- and water-related dangers inside or outside their homes.

JEA in the Classroom  

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JEA is excited to offer you complimentary educational resources that will help you meet your teaching objectives this school year. These classroom materials are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis, so don't wait! 
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JEA employees join elementary students in their classrooms for fun, interactive activities which teach good safety practices and how to spot electric- and water-related dangers.
Learn More About JEA Power Pals

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JEA's unique and engaging school performances for elementary and middle school age children are a great way to help shake things up in your classroom and teach your students about efficiency and conservation.  
Learn More About Our School Performances

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Are you looking for a science project for school? We have great electric, water and sewer science projects for 6th, 7th and 8th graders. These science projects follow the Sunshine State Standards.  

Electric Projects 

Water Projects 

Sewer Projects 



Power Pals @home

We’ve adapted our popular in-school JEA Power Pals program into a free, downloadable workbook full of fun, engaging activities. JEA Power Pals @home is a self-guided instructional workbook designed to teach kids from kindergarten through second grade how to be safe around electricity.
Learn more about Power Pals @home

Field Trips

Here are some helpful resources for adventures outside the classroom:    

JEA Scientists showing students a lab


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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