2022 YOUTH AWARDS WINNERS!

NEED is honored to recognize amazing students, teachers, and program leaders for their great work in energy education and community outreach each year. Winning projects reflect energy knowledge gains, energy outreach, community involvement, and student leadership.

 State Award Winner

 National Award Winner

 Outstanding Project Recognition

2022 Elementary TX
High Point Academy South Fort Worth
Fort Worth, TX

One, Two, Three Save Energy With Me

Project Advisors

Shelly Vierkant

Student Advisors

Yamil Guerrero, Yadel Guerrero, Gavyn Bryd, Makayla Williams, Natalia

Awards

View Project
Oconnell College Prep 2022
2022 Senior TX
O'Connell College Preparatory School
Galveston, TX

O’Connell College Preparatory School’s OC Green Team: Putting the Green Back in Galveston Island!

Project Advisors

Nina Corley

Student Advisors

Kyle Tan, Taylor Albert

Awards

View Project
Short Line Elementary 2022
2022 Elementary WV
Short Line Elementary School
Reader, WV

Get Electrified!

Project Advisors

Leslie Lively

Student Advisors

Grayvin Fluharty, Jayla Dallison, Boone Wyatt

Awards

View Project

Youth Awards Resources

Project Guidelines

Information about starting and finishing your project, formatting and presentation, adding a video, and submitting your work.

FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions about the Youth Awards, project submissions, and participation.

Program Guide

Full information about the Youth Awards in convenient e-publication or .pdf download format.

Group of students around a Youth Awards poster

The Youth Awards Program is great for all schools—new to energy education, or veteran. Projects and outreach completed for the program provide opportunity for enrichment and engagement, as well as an opportunity for your students, classroom, and school to shine.

NEED schools have outstanding classroom-based programs in which students learn about energy. Some schools have student leaders who extend these activities into their communities. To recognize outstanding achievement and reward this leadership, The NEED Project conducts the National Youth Awards Program for Energy Achievement.