In addition to opportunities
available through Tennessee 4-H, listed on this page you will find additional resources for youth energy and STEM education.
American Museum of Science and Energy
The museum opened in 1949 in an old wartime cafeteria. It was originally named the American Museum of Atomic Energy. Its guided tours took visitors through the peaceful uses of atomic energy. The present facility, opened in 1975, continues to provide the general public with energy information. The name of the museum was changed to the American Museum of Science and Energy (AMSE) in 1978.
U.S. Energy Information Administration, Energy Kids
The U.S. Energy Information Administration's redesigned website, Energy Kids (http://www.eia.gov/kids) features more than 100 pages of fun educational content for kids, parents, and teachers.)