Building the Workforce of Tomorrow
STEM studies stimulate young minds today, and prepare a workforce for the jobs of tomorrow. These lessons—designed by Tennessee Valley teachers for practical use in the classroom—may be formative steps of tomorrow’s doctors, civil engineers, nuclear scientists, computer programmers or robot designers. With a strong foundation in STEM learning, the potential is limitless.
These lessons are also an investment in the future of the Tennessee Valley, which is always evolving to become a better place to live, work and play.
2021-2022 applications are open! TVA and Bicentennial Volunteers Inc. are supporting STEM education across the TVA region. K-12 teachers can apply for grants as much as $5,000. Learn more. Apply now: https://www.tsin.org/classroom-grants
2021 Award Recipients—TVA and the Bicentennial Volunteers Incorporated, a TVA retiree organization, has awarded $800,000 in STEM grants for 2021. Click here for a list of this year’s recipients.
TVA and Dollywood—TVA and Dollywood both love their homes in the Tennessee Valley and go to great strides to give back to the community. What better way to celebrate this common passion than to work together to provide free educational resources for teachers and students? Check out our TVA – Dollywood Education page for resources to use in your classroom!