Each year, Infinite Energy gives STEAM grants to schools in Gwinnett County, Georgia, as part of our commitment to education. And the 2018 winners are in!
Infinite Energy has teamed up with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta, and we couldn’t be more excited about our new partnership with this group.
For the third year in a row, Alachua County students battled it out with hand-built robots at the school district’s annual robotics showdown November 30.
Are you an educator in Georgia’s Gwinnett County looking for a way to boost learning in science, technology, engineering, art or mathematics?
Memorizing facts and figures is important to learning. But it’s only part of the equation. Just ask the folks at Georgia’s Peachtree Ridge High School.
Students and teachers at Gwinnett County’s Lovin Elementary School are making great strides toward the future. And Infinite Energy is proud to lend a hand.
When it comes to education, students at Georgia’s Twin Rivers Middle School shoot for the stars. And Infinite Energy is helping them take aim.
A new project designed to prepare students for the future is underway at Georgia’s Mill Creek High School. It's called the EPIC Makerspace.
Each year, Infinite Energy awards two $2,500 college scholarships to Gwinnett County graduates planning to pursue STEAM fields.
Central Gwinnett High School, one of eight Georgia schools this year to receive Infinite Energy grants, got $7,500 to pilot a project called Staging STEM.
Gwin Oaks Elementary School received a grant from Infinite Energy for $2,300. It paid for materials for a project called “Think It, Plan It, Build It.”
This month, Infinite Energy gave two high school students from schools in Alachua County, Florida, STEAM scholarships for $2,500.