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Cleveland STEP Students Learn About Green Building Practices from Osborn Engineering

January’s Cleveland STEP class visited Osborn Engineering.

Students visited Osborn Engineering where they learned about the global green building rating system. The students were able to connect with the Northeast Ohio Chapter of the United States Green Building Council’s (USGBC) team of Emerging Professionals, who taught the students about the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification process.

Looking for Ways to Learn More About Your Drinking Water?

Are you an educator looking for a fun and unique way to teach students about water? Or part of a community group interested in drinking water quality and Lake Erie?

Then check out the educational programs we have available free of charge to the communities we serve.

Cleveland STEP Students Learn How STEM is Used in Law Enforcement from Shaker Heights Police

December’s Cleveland STEP class visited the Shaker Heights Police Department.

Students visited the Shaker Heights Police Department where they learned how officers use science and technology to solve crimes. They also toured the facility, gained a better understanding of the criminal investigation process, and listened to officers recollect a case that took six years of teamwork, patience, and bravery to solve.

Cleveland STEP Learns About Ingenuity at Cleveland Water

October’s Cleveland STEP class visited Cleveland Water's Garrett A. Morgan Water Treatment Plant.

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