From STEM Academy To Smart Energy Internship To Scholarship WinnerNearly 67 interns from area high schools focused on the trades will experience BGE’s Smart Energy Internship from home this year, gaining skills and experience that will help them develop their career path.
‘Project Lead The Way’ Provides New Path To STEM StudiesProject Lead the Way begins in ninth grade with hands-on engineering design using industry standard software like AutoDesk Inventor and AutoCAD.
BGE, Baltimore City Public Schools Launch Plumbing ProgramFirew Mengesha aspires to work in electric substations—and as a high school senior he already has relevant experience on his resume.
First BGE Workforce Collaborative Class GraduatesCheers, tears, applause and hugs marked the first graduation ceremony of BGE’s Workforce Collaborative program.
BGE Introduces Mervo Students To New Career Path: Drone PilotingWhen you’re launching a commercial drone from a high school football field, you should expect an additional step in the pre-flight preparation process: break the huddle of captivated engineering students around you.
From A Life Uprooted, A Burgeoning CareerBefore Adriana Gonzalez packed a small bag for her three-week trip to Baltimore, she described her family’s plans as a “visit” in a paper she wrote for school.
Energizing Young Women In STEMThirty-two young women from central Maryland high schools participated in Exelon’s STEM Leadership Academy at the University of Maryland.
Ways To Manage Holiday StressFor some, the holidays invoke feelings of stress, and it can be a time far from wonderful.
The Holiday Season May Not Be the Most Wonderful Time of the YearThe holiday season means more family time, and for some that could present uncomfortable challenges.
Growth Plate Fractures In Children: Why They’re Not As Devastating As They Can SeemA parent bracing for the prognosis of their child’s broken bone might hear “growth plate fracture” and immediately think unfixable damage has been done.
Pediatric Cataracts: When Is Surgery Needed?Adults aren’t the only ones who get cataracts. They can develop in children, too.