Exelon Announces 2022 Green Lab Grant Winners, Plans To Advance Stem Education In Under-Resourced Communities

Exelon Announces 2022 Green Lab Grant Winners, Plans To Advance Stem Education In Under-Resourced Communities

Exelon Corporation (Nasdaq EXC), the nation’s premier transmission and distribution mileage company, and the Exelon Foundation have awarded a aggregate of$ 1 million in Green Lab Subventions to further than 20 education-focused associations for investments in hands-on educational spaces where scholars can prepare for careers in wisdom, technology, calculation and/ or engineering (STEM).

Entitlement winners — public and private seminaries as well as nonprofit associations that run out-of- academy programs serving Title I-eligible scholars — admit up to$ each. The Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago conducts independent review of entitlement operations and administers the program, which benefits associations grounded in Exelon’s service homes in Delaware, Illinois, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia. Operations for 2023 Green Lab Subventions are now being accepted until September 26, 2022.

This time’s Green Lab Subventions donors are

Pennsylvania

Eisenhower Science Technology and Leadership Academy, Norristown
$; ESTLA STEM Center

Energy Coordinating Agency, Philadelphia
$; Environmental Lab at Hostos

Stroud Water Research Center, Avondale
$; Enhance Outdoor and Mobile Learning Centers

YMWIC FoundationInc., West Chester
$; YMWIC Sustainability Science Lab

New Jersey

Pathways 21st CCLC/ Bridgeton High School, Bridgeton
$; It’s Aquafying

Passaic Academy for Science and Engineering of the Passaic Public Seminaries, Passaic
$; Passaic Academy for Science and Engineering Climate Action Network (PASE CAN)

Project Inspiration, Vineland
$; Full STEM Ahead

Maryland

Accokeek Foundation, Accokeek
$; High School Service Learning Externships

Digital Harbor High School, Baltimore
$; Coral Reef Mindfulness in the Maker Space (CRAMS)

ElijahE. Cummings Innovation Center Green Street Academy, Baltimore
$; Power 2 Change

Mergenthaler Vocational Technical High School, Baltimore
$; Alternative Energy, Biomass and Waste

Northwestern High School, Hyattsville
$; Northwestern High School Horticultural Education Space

Potomac High School, Oxon Hill
$; Food That Fuels A Community Cupboard

The SEED School of Maryland, Baltimore
$; SEED Maryland FarmBot Program

Towson University, Towson
$B’More Climate Literate

Illinois

Academy for Global Citizenship, Chicago
$; AGC’s Net-Positive Green Energy Lab

Angels Athletics, Inc, Flossmoor
$; Greater Southland Angels STEM Lab

Mother McAuley Liberal Trades High School, Chicago
$; Sustainable STEM Saturdays Present and Future Needs

Factory Chicago, Chicago
$; Adding informal STEM education gests on the southwest side of Chicago

Project SYNCERE, Chicago
$;E-CADEMY Innovation Labs

Ridgewood High School, Norridge
$; Upgrade a STEM room to give scholars with further authentic literacy gests

UChicago Charter School Woodlawn Campus, Chicago
$; Woodlawn Urban Garden Externship Herbage Roof Design

Launched in 2021, Green Lab Subventions is an periodic program with a new set of awardees named each time.

The Green Lab Subventions program is one of several Exelon enterprise that support education and pool development. The periodic Exelon Foundation STEM Leadership Academy gives teen girls periods 16-19 from different and low- income communities the occasion to learn from women working in STEM and other leaders; explore sustainability, energy effectiveness, renewable energy, and climate change; and connect with like-inclined peers. Through a$ 1 million education program launched in 2021, alumnae of the STEM Leadership Academy may apply for literacy to cover costs associated with council. In addition, Exelon lately committed$2.4 million in literacy to 24 council newcomers named for the company’s HBCU Commercial Scholars Program, launched in cooperation with UNCF (United Negro College Fund) to give education backing, externship gests and early-career readiness training to scholars attending historically Black sodalities and universities.

Together, Exelon and its serviceability — Atlantic City Electric, BGE, ComEd, Delmarva Power, PECO and Pepco — have further than 65 unique pool development programs designed to bring profitable equity, commission and employment occasion to under-resourced communities.

Further information about Exelon’s culture of commercial citizenship is available atexeloncorp.com.