NOIA Partners for Teachers' Offshore Workshop


By: The Pipeline

The National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA) is partnering with the National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project to host a teachers' workshop on offshore energy. The workshop will be on September 15 and will provide the offshore energy industry an opportunity to educate teachers about our industry. Teachers from Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, North Carolina and Virginia will be joining the workshop.

Vice President of Human Resources Stacey Gisclair will participate as a featured speaker regarding careers in the energy industry. 

Read more about the workshop below or on the event site

Who should attend?

  • 4th – 12th grade science teachers
  • Career and technology teachers
  • Out of school time program leaders

Why Should You Attend?

  • Free to educators
  • Learn hints and tips about teaching energy in any classroom – virtual or in person
  • Substitute reimbursement is provided
  • Curriculum is standards aligned
  • Learn and network with energy industry professionals
  • Great info about offshore energy, new technologies and careers!

NOIA represents and advances a dynamic and growing offshore energy industry, providing solutions that support communities and protect our workers, the public and our environment.

Today, NOIA member companies are dedicated to the safe development of offshore energy for the continued growth and security of the United States. Membership includes the oil and gas sector as well as companies involved in or branching out to pursue offshore renewable, alternative energy and mineral development opportunities. 

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