people and communitywe’re helping young houstonians become energy powerhouses through community programs
1 min read | may 11, 2022
We’re participating in various Houston-wide, new energy initiatives to reach the next generation of budding scientists.
- Children in grades three through eight received a crash course on alternative fuels and achieving a lower-carbon future through Chevron’s participation in Mitsubishi’s Driving the Future.
- The STEM program tasked young engineers with creating hydrogen atoms and water molecules, building cars and more.
- Chevron New Energies vice president of hydrogen Austin Knight led an informational video about hydrogen played in classrooms throughout the city.
- During an all-day event at Children’s Museum Houston, children learned how to build three-dimensional model cars powered by hydrogen.
leading by example
Space Center Houston’s STEM Innovation in Schools program, presented by Chevron, tasks middle schoolers with developing a system to capture and store carbon.
- The creation must be small enough to work in an Orion capsule, yet mighty enough to function in habitats such as the International Space Station.
- Between 150 to 200 students throughout four Houston-area school districts are expected to participate via after-school programs and demonstrations. The program runs through June 2022.
why it matters
Integrating energy-related curriculum in classrooms can help educate the future generation and equip them to become problem solvers and innovators.
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