A combination of the aging of energy industry workforce and fewer people entering into the skilled trade/engineering career fields will produce a labor shortage in the next five to ten years nationwide. As a result, Ameren Missouri is committed to partnering with various education institutions to promote awareness about careers in energy.
Callaway Energy Center Tour Information - Educators Only
We realize that educators play an important role in preparing students for exciting careers when they graduate and enter the workforce. Each year, Callaway Energy Center hosts an Educator Open House for high school math and science teachers to get a first-hand look into the nuclear power industry. Educators receive a “tool kit” filled with lesson plans and experiments, designed to engage students in math and science.
If you need a speaker for your high school class, an Ameren Missouri employee may be available through our Speakers Bureau. Request a speaker
Missouri high school science teachers can also attend an annual week long workshop about nuclear power hosted by the Nuclear Science and Engineering Institute at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Learn more
about this program.
High School and Middle School Students
Get Into Energy
, developed by the Center for Energy Workforce Development (CEWD)
, builds awareness for students interested about career opportunities in the energy industry.
Middle school or high school students can learn more about our partnership with Project Lead The Way (PLTW)