CoServ has eight different age-appropriate presentations we can do at the schools in the communities we serve. Whether it's electricity or natural gas safety, a board game that teaches critical thinking or a hands-on circuit building class, CoServ's Academic Initiatives have impacted thousands of North Texas students.
Our energy experts also do presentations for first responders so they know what to do in case of an electric or natural gas emergency.
Our Energy Education Specialists safely demonstrate what can happen if different materials come into contact with high-voltage electricity. The presentation demonstrates the fundamentals of electric safety in terms children can understand.
This giant tabletop board game teaches 4th–6th grade students how electric infrastructure is built and what it takes to power a community. The game, similar to Monopoly, teaches teamwork, critical thinking and strategy. Entire classrooms are divided into teams and play all at once.
Our newest presentation this is a scaled-down version of the Arcing Demo that can be done inside the classroom. The POWERtown demonstrates several scenarios involving high-voltage electricity.
The CoServ Solar Station in Krugerville is a great place to host your next field trip! Students can learn how solar panels work and the careers that are available in the field of renewable energy.
CoServ is a great place to work and there are many diverse careers and areas of expertise here. Schedule one of our Employees to come talk to your students about what they do and how they got here!
Each year our Employees visit elementary campuses and read a book to children as part of our commitment to literacy. The annual event is on March 2 in honor of Dr. Seuess's birthday.
See us in action
We'll post news articles and videos of our Energy Education Team in action at area schools here.
Through partnerships with local industries, the school has set up a professional experience that leads to professional certifications.
Nearly 200 golfers hit the links at the Wildhorse Golf Club for a great cause, raising more than $83,000 for CCF.