Pledge to Save Energy

 

Every October is Energy Action Month, a national effort to emphasize how important energy is to our national prosperity, security, and environmental well-being. The Wisconsin K-12 Energy Education Program (KEEP) invites you, your family, classroom, and community to celebrate Energy Action Month by participating in the opportunities below.

Make an Energy Action Pledge

Show us how you will take action to reduce consumption of natural resources, and save energy and money, in your daily life!

  1. Complete the pledge form.
  2. Display your pledge certificate for others to see.
  3. Challenge your family, classroom, office or organization to take the pledge.

Take the Lights Off Challenge

K-12 educators, integrate energy efficiency into your classrooms and programming with the Lights Off Challenge.

  1. Download the Energy Action Packet.
  2. Challenge your students to monitor light switches daily.
  3. Celebrate your success publicly. 

Go on an Energy Scavenger Hunt

Explore your community through an electronic Energy Scavenger Hunt for students, families or community members.

 

Don't forget to share all your energy saving stories with us on social media!

#KEEPledge #UWSPledge

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Careers in Energy Week - October 15-19, 2018

Careers in Energy Week will take place October 15-19, 2018. The week is focused on raising awareness about energy careers available in Wisconsin. View Governor's Proclamation

As an educator, you play a critical role in introducing students to possible career paths. We offer resources to make that easier for you. The Get Into Energy website has career profiles, videos, and skills tests related to energy careers. This PowerPoint presentation can be used to start a discussion and help students begin exploring careers in energy.

Our vision is to ensure that Wisconsin's energy industry is adequately staffed with a qualified and diverse workforce of engineering, craft, and technical workers to provide safe and reliable energy. Thank you for supporting this effort by introducing energy careers to students.
    

​2016 Careers in Energy Week Events

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