Project Description

 

Since 2008, Phillips 66 and NEED have partnered to provide teachers across the country with curriculum and training opportunities.

Upcoming Virtual Workshop Offerings:

 

 

This workshop series presents a unique opportunity for classroom teachers (K-12) to learn about energy in a fun and exciting way! The seminars will create awareness of today’s energy challenges and the importance of using energy wisely.

Participation in this workshop provides educators with more than $500 of curriculum and hands-on kits that teach about energy resources and energy transformations through hands-on activities.

Participants will receive the NEED Science of Energy Kit, a basic NEED curriculum set and a class-set of NEED’s Energy Infobooks at grade level.  Curriculum and training is aligned with state education standards.

Curriculum Materials Presented During the Workshop Include these Curriculum Guides
NEED Science of Energy – Elementary
NEED Science of Energy – Intermediate
NEED Science of Energy – Secondary

Oil, Gas and Their Energy
Energy Games and Icebreakers

Thanks to the support of Phillips 66, there is no cost to participate in the workshop.  Substitute reimbursement forms will be available and substitute costs will be reimbursed to school districts. Saturday virtual workshop offerings include a stipend.

Thank you to everyone who attended and made our 2019 in-person workshops a success in Carson (CA), Santa Maria (CA), Wilmington (CA), Evans (CO), Alton (IL), Lake Charles (LA), Wichita, (KS),  Linden (NJ), Bartlesville (OK), Cushing (OK), Tulsa (OK), Beaumont (TX), Borger (TX), Spokane (WA).


View photos taken at Phillips 66 sponsored workshops!

Built on more than 130 years of experience, Phillips 66 is a growing energy manufacturing and logistics company with high-performing Midstream, Chemicals, Refining, and Marketing and Specialties businesses.. To learn more about Phillips 66 visit www.phillips66.com.

Questions about the Phillips 66/NEED Partnership? Contact us at 1-800-875-5029 or email info@need.org