Infinite Energy STEAM Grant
Every year here at Infinite Energy, we award thousands of dollars in grants as part of our STEAM grant to public schools in Gwinnett County Georgia. The money is part of our commitment to childhood education, which we feel is one of the best ways to make a positive impact in the world.
For each customer in Gwinnett County, we give back $5. And this year, that means we’re giving back more than $48,000. Nine schools will get money for projects they’ve developed that emphasize leaning in science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics—STEAM.
We’ve been doing this for several years now. And this year’s grants bring our total giveback in Gwinnett County to about $234,000. We’re so excited to see the great ideas these educators have developed come to life. Here are this year’s grant recipients—in alphabetical order—along with their project name and grant amount:
Brookwood High School: Saving the Solar Bears,$5,000
Coleman Middle School: Project AAA: Audio, Album and Art, $9, 178.58
Lovin Elementary School: Looking at the World Through a Different Lens, $9,299.82
McConnell Middle School: Build It With a Buddy, $769.90
Mill Creek High School: Steel Talon Robotics, $5,640
Paul Duke STEM High School: Gwinnett County Drone Racing League, $5, 376
Peachtree Ridge High School: Optimizing Solar Panels, $4, 750
Radloff Middle School: Hydroponics: Growing Innovations, $1,790
Twin Rivers Middle School: STEAMed Chariots, $6,345.94
Stay tuned throughout the year to our blogs and social media as we follow these schools’ progress on their projects.