Commercial nuclear power is experiencing a resurgence of interest as an environmentally sound, safe and economically competitive means to meet the world’s growing demand for energy. As part of this nuclear renaissance, we will be in need of qualified leaders for our industry in the future. That is why careers in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields are vital to the future of our company. Three schools will be awarded $1,000 to complete their project by the end of the school year. Another $2,000 will be granted to each of these school’s science department for its needs. Therefore, total grant amount a school will receive is $3,000.
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