Customized Partnerships

Ohio Energy Project partners with businesses and communities to provide customized projects for schools and teachers in their local area. Browse our current customized partnerships below.

 

Interested in engaging your community in energy education? Contact Jessica Sarber, Manager of Strategic Partnerships, at jsarber@ohioenergy.org to start the conversation!

Welcome AMP Member Communities

 

Ohio Energy Project (OEP) is committed to supporting teachers and students with innovative science curriculum, materials and programs that spark curiosity about energy. For 30 years, OEP has provided energy education opportunities for schools in partnership with American Municipal Power, Inc.

 

OEP has extend its outreach to all AMP member communities. Through online training videos, science teachers can access engaging hands-on lessons investigating circuits, electricity and energy efficiency. Lesson plans, student worksheets and activity materials will be provided.

 

 

Teachers: Learn more about resources available for your classroom.

 

Utility managers: See how you can engage with your local school district.     

Through a partnership with the City of Dayton, OEP provides professional development workshops and classroom equipment to teachers in Dayton Public Schools.

ENERGY BIKE- TRAINING EVALUATION– due June 22nd, 2022- STIPEND

ENERGY BIKE- TEACHER EVALUATION– Due May 15th, 2023

The City of Westerville Electric Division supports their local school district through professional development workshops for educators and school leadership programs. In 2020, the Westerville Energy Education Partnership was recognized by NEED (National Energy Education Development Project) as the most outstanding district in the nation.

Read on to learn more about energy education in Westerville City Schools.  

Worthington City Schools are home to OEP’s Central Ohio office. In partnership with the district, OEP provides Kids Teaching Kids leadership programs, 5th Grade Energy Days and professional development for educators.

Learn more about OEP’s energy program in Worthington City Schools.