AIKEN, S.C. (March 21, 2022) — Savannah River Mission Completion (SRMC), the Savannah River Site Liquid Waste Contractor, is accepting applications from local elementary school teachers for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) grants.
The Power As One Mini-Grant Program is designed to empower educators to promote STEM projects in their classrooms. SRMC will award grants up to $1,000 to teachers to enhance their hands-on STEM capabilities with their students.
Public elementary schools in Aiken, Allendale, Bamberg, Barnwell, Edgefield, and Orangeburg counties in South Carolina, and Columbia and Richmond counties in Georgia, are eligible to apply for the grants.
“Teachers elevate the mind and give energy to the character of every child,” said Dave Olson, SRMC President and Program Manager. “These grants are one small way we can come alongside our teachers to provide our students with ample opportunities for success. We are one community helping to empower the next generation. Together, we are the Power As One.”
Interested teachers should contact their school’s principal for more information about the SRMC grant program. The deadline to submit applications is April 7, 2022. One application per school will be accepted.
For an application, visit www.srsimcc.com. Teachers must submit their application packets to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before April 7, 2022. For more information, contact Tina Melton, SRMC Public Affairs, (803) 646-9368.
SRMC comprises parent company BWX Technologies, Inc. with partners Amentum and Fluor. Its team brings the capabilities necessary to accelerate cleanup at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Savannah River Site through safe nuclear operations, optimized and integrated mission execution, and strong corporate governance.
Savannah River Mission Completion (SRMC) is accepting applications from local elementary school teachers for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) grants. SRMC will award grants up to $1,000 to teachers to enhance their hands-on STEM capabilities with their students.