From snuffing out fires and feeding the hungry in soup kitchens to helping teachers in schools, volunteers are one of the most important resources we have.
After lots of hard work, two Cooper Elementary teams walked away as first-place winners at the Destination Imagination State Affiliate Tournament.
Robotics is a great way to introduce kids to computer science. The Norton Elementary robotics lab will be able to accommodate 30 students at a time.
For the last few weeks, five Infinite Energy employees have volunteered to help students learn the ins and outs of finding (and keeping) careers.
Every year, we give $5 for every customer in Gwinnett County to the county schools. This year, we’re excited to announce we gave $47,000 in STEAM grants.
This week, six employees volunteered as judges at the Distributive Educational Club of America showcase (DECA) at Buchholz High School in Florida.
February is National Library Lovers Month, a time to appreciate libraries for all the great things they provide.
Whether developing state-of-the-art technology or making a fun, simple invention that entertains, kids have always been some of our best innovators.
On Dec. 7 and 8, the best robotics teams from each public school in Alachua County, Fla., met to compete in the 2016-17 District Robotics Showdown.
For the last few weeks, employees have volunteered to judge local science fairs. Science fairs are a big part of what goes in to a well-rounded education.
November 29 is Giving Tuesday. It serves as a call-to-action for people to donate to their favorite charities and causes.
Last week, Junior Achievement of Alachua County honored co-CEOs Darin Cook and Rich Blaser with its 2016 Spirit of Entrepreneurship Award.