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Ameren Community Partnerships

Our communities depend on the development of young minds to create future leaders. That's why Ameren invests in programs like STEMpact, a St. Louis-based initiative that helps educators inspire future generations of STEM professionals. At Ameren, we partner with communities to support these efforts to develop and grow our leaders of tomorrow and are proud to be involved in such inspirational programs.
STEMPact

Innovation with STEMpact Teachers

Ameren hosted several St. Louis-area educators through a partnership with the STEMpact Teacher Quality Institute. During their visit, the teachers learned about innovation projects happening in the industry that they can take back to the classroom as part of their ‪STEM (science, technology, engineering and math)‬ curriculum.

Get Into Energy

Get Into Energy

Get Into Energy is a partnership between Ameren and the Center for Energy Workforce Development, which builds awareness about career opportunities in the energy industry. Students interested in STEM careers met with employees for early guidance on internship and co-op opportunities.

Project Lead the Way

Project Lead the Way

More than 200 students and staff from 16 St. Louis-area high schools participated in Project Lead the Way's (PLTW) 4th Annual Capstone Showcase at Ameren headquarters. PLTW is a nonprofit that promotes and prepares students for careers in STEM fields. The annual event showcases participating students' projects, which were evaluated by Ameren engineers.

STEM Expo Booth

STEM Expo Booth

Ameren volunteers conduct demonstrations and experiments for local students at the Spirit of St. Louis Air Show. Providing students with hands-on experience that shows how energy works, sparks interest in the STEM field.

Engineer Week

Ritenour School District Engineer Week

A transmission engineer from Ameren meets with students during Ritenour School District's Engineering Week. The special week allows for Middle and High School students to showcase their STEM-related projects and invites multiple St. Louis area companies to talk about careers in STEM.

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