Skip to main content


Educators understand the importance of guiding students as they plan their futures – and it’s never too early to start. At Georgia Power, we connect students to energy careers and encourage young minds to explore energy efficiency to help our state power on!

To plan for their futures after graduation, high school students need to understand their aptitudes and how those fit with in-demand careers Learning Power introduces students to high-demand career opportunities, including energy careers offering excellent pay, on-the-job training, apprenticeships and advancement opportunities.  Did you know skilled trade professionals can earn up to $10,000 a year more than college grads? Take a closer look at working for Georgia Power by scheduling a virtual or in-classroom visit with one of our employees who can cover the many benefits of working in the energy industry.  Explore energy careers at  

It’s never too early to start thinking about careers! Middle school is when students begin to understand how classroom learning prepares them for the real world. Your students may benefit from YouScience, an innovative assessment that uses “brain games” to match natural abilities with career options.  Check out CTAE pathways aligned with high-demand, energy careers. 

In elementary school, kids begin to dream of what they’ll be when then grow up. What excites them about learning – puzzles and problem solving, hands-on activities, working with numbers? Learning Power is a great way for younger students to explore Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics – and exciting work opportunities in those fields! 

Learn more about STEM careers in Georgia: 

STEM/STEAM in Georgia

Technical College Certifications for Jobs in Energy


Parent/Guardian Resource 

Want to deepen your understanding of Chemistry and Physics?

Check out Georgia Public Broadcasting’s “Chemistry Matters” and “Physics in Motion”