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Interview with Judy Garber, Executive Director of Women in Energy

BLOG POST BY FATIMA ADAM – high school student in Shrewsbury, MA and aspiring global energy leader Interview with Judy Garber, Executive Director of Women in Energy    Judy Garber is the executive director of Women in Energy, a company whose mission is to connect and empower women seeking to…...

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Consumer Energy Education Foundation Announces the Creation of the CEEF American Energy and Environment Workforce Institute

Institute to be Led by Energy and Workforce Advocate Kevin Doyle Houston, TX – Consumer Energy Education Foundation (CEEF) announced the creation of the CEEF American Energy and Environment Workforce Institute, headed by Kevin Doyle. The Institute will focus on addressing workforce policy issues within the energy and environmental industry…...

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Consumer Energy Education Foundation Wins as Best Outreach Program in the 2020 World Oil Awards

Houston, TX – Consumer Energy Education Foundation (CEEF) was honored with a 2020 World Oil Award for its “Best Outreach Program” during their annual awards ceremony held on October 15, 2020 at an online awards ceremony. The World Oil Awards recognizes the energy industry’s leading innovators and developments in technology that have made lasting impacts…...

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CodeBreak COVID-19?

Can supercomputers and scientists crack the code? Hidden in white coats in labs across the world are some of the “unknown front line” workers, otherwise known as researchers and scientists, who hold the keys to fighting the novel coronavirus. More than 25 United States-based supercomputers are now available for free…...

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At-Home STEM: Escape Rooms

I got locked in an Escape Room with my kids…and we all lived to tell about it! Escape rooms are all the rage right now, and I participated in one a couple of years ago with my mom and my siblings (and a man and his son that we didn’t…...

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COVID-19 and the Environment this Earth Day

Today, on the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day we are reflecting on how the world has changed since learning of COVID-19. As a majority of people around the world shelter in place with a common goal of containing the virus and reducing the death toll, there have been some unexpected…...

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Salt Art Chemistry

(Posted by Anne Seneca, CEEF Director of Marketing) My middle kid Claire, is always looking for fun new ways to utilize her art cart. This well-loved cart is filled to the brim with markers, crayons, colored pencils, paint, clay, shrinky dinks, scissors, chalk, craft punches, yarn…you name it. If you…...

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At-Home STEM Activities

Just because school’s out, it doesn’t mean the learning should stop. As health and safety concerns have more people opting to stay home, we’ve curated a guide of fun-filled, educational activities that don’t require leaving the house. Check out these hands-on activities that will keep your students engaged and entertained…...

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At-Home STEM: Homemade (Antibacterial) Putty

Does this look like a kid who is bored at home and hates learning? Admittedly, I don’t do as many experiments and activities as I’d like to do with my kids, but this one was so easy! I really didn’t do anything except take the pictures. There was a total…...

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Keep Students STEM Challenged

Posted by Paige Barnes (Director of Education, CEEF) How do you keep your kids entertained and engaged over the summer with educational activities? This may be an easy task for some, but most of us get at least a little bit stressed about the idea of having our children around…...

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