VEEP will bring one free in-class workshop into any class in Vermont that requests one during the 2015/16 school year (as long as funding lasts). We offer hands-on, find experiential science and energy programs for grades K–12. Workshops typically last 45–90 minutes; VEEP educators will work with teachers to tailor the workshop to their class and curriculum focus. See the complete menu of workshops at our workshop page.

To schedule your local VEEP educator, please be in touch. And pass the word to teachers in your area! We are excited to bring our programming to any school that wants more interactive energy education for their students.

Thanks to Efficiency Vermont for statewide funding for free workshops, with additional support in Burlington from Burlington Electric Department and in southern Vermont from VLITE Foundation. Additional workshops will cost $175, or less if we are visiting more than one class at your school that day. Additional grants may be available if needed. 

Students adjust turbine blades in Solar & Wind FUNdamentals.

Northfield middle-school students work on engineering and wind speed in Renewables by Design.

Northfield middle-school students work on engineering and wind speed in Renewables by Design.

Students explore sunlight and photovoltaic panels in PVs Clean & Green.

Students explore sunlight and photovoltaic panels in PVs Clean & Green.

Young students generate hand-cranked electricity in Electricity & the Environment.

Students generate hand-cranked electricity in Electricity & the Environment.