For many years, Georgia Power has provided support for educational initiatives throughout the state of Georgia. Through these initiatives, we emphasize the importance of math, science, electric safety and energy efficiency for our state's students. Georgia Power's commitment to education also focuses on building awareness around energy careers, which helps the company recruit a quality workforce of engineers, linemen and other highly skilled employees.
Georgia Power and Dr. E invite you to explore our Learning Power website, a great resource for students, teachers and parents. Discover the exciting world of electricity with activities, games and puzzles and find links to schedule in-class Learning Power energy efficiency lessons which meet Georgia performance standards.
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Cool Jobs in Energy is an online resource for anyone considering a career in the electric utility industry. It offers step-by-step guidance on the classes and certifications needed to get started on a challenging and rewarding career path.
Explore the wide variety of career possibilities in the energy field. Click on a job title to view the salary range, learn the screening requirements and link to local colleges and universities that offer specialized training programs and degrees in the field.
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PowerTOWN is a safety resource that teaches Georgians how to live safely with electricity. It demonstrates the safe use of electric power with a virtual online city and FAQ section. In addition to the online resources, groups may arrange a live demonstration of our model town.
Our Workforce Development programs grow awareness of the energy industry through educator camps and forums, educator externships and career events. Our goal is to cultivate a pool of talented, well-trained candidates for the hard-to-fill jobs in Georgia's energy industry.
Our New Teacher Assistance Grants are another part of Georgia Power's efforts to give back to the communities we serve. Georgia Power recognizes outstanding first-year teachers through this grant program which provides teachers $1,000 to purchase classroom supplies.
If you have ever wondered where electricity comes from, the best way to learn is by touring a power plant. Georgia Power offers tours of fossil, hydro and nuclear power plants on a regular basis with requests made in advance.
Get an overview of our different plants and see how they work.
For real-time storm updates, news and tips, follow us on Twitter: @GeorgiaPower.
See the daily output of
our seven-panel demonstration project atop Georgia Power's headquarters roof in Atlanta.
Find hot jobs in energy, and explore careers in the electric utility industry. See what a cool career looks like
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