SPE is educating the next generation of aspiring engineers, scientists and managers in the E&P industry. Approximately 200 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) high school students will see firsthand the exciting opportunities the industry has to offer. The program will include a scavenger hunt of the technology exhibits and hands-on energy lessons provided by the US National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project. Students will also have the opportunity to meet industry professionals and ask questions about possible careers in the E&P industry.
Students will participate in hands-on energy exploration experiments provided by the US National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project, meet industry professionals and tour the latest state-of-the-art technology exhibits in a scavenger hunt. Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.
Because of the popularity of this program, ATCE can accommodate a total of 200 students and chaperones. Schools will be chosen on a first-come, first-served basis.
To sign up to send your students:
Look for an email confirming that you may attend by 10 September.
Because of increased security, we ask that the students leave all backpacks at school. Inform your students that they will need to remain with the tour group at all times.
For additional questions, call 1.713.457.6840, or view the Frequently Asked Questions.
NEED is the US’s leading provider of energy education programs and materials to schools. All NEED learning activities are age-appropriate and correlated to Louisiana science standards and objectives, as well as other disciplines. Visit www.need.org for more information about the NEED Project and its curriculum.