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Like-minded Organizations

CNTA is the largest grassroots nonprofit of its kind; however, we share ideas & partner with a variety of other nonprofits and organizations who also seek to educate on nuclear issues. Just a few of these include:

SRS-Community Reuse Organization:  is a non-profit organization charged with developing and implementing a comprehensive strategy to diversify the economy of a five-county region in the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA).

Lets Talk Nuclear: was created to promote the communication of the net benefits of nuclear energy as factually, objectively, broadly and effectively as possible, and to address misinformation and misunderstanding about nuclear energy in a timely and forthright manner.

Nuclear Science Week International: Nuclear Science Week (NSW) is an international, broadly observed week-long celebration to focus local, regional, national and international interest on all aspects of nuclear science.

LabXchange from Harvard is a FREE online resource with virtual lab demonstrations and everything teachers could need trying to teach science in a virtual classroom!

We are also proud to partner with the local chapters of:

American Nuclear Society

Women in Nuclear

North American Young Generation in Nuclear (NAYGN)

CSRA Educational Resources:

Savannah River Site YouTube– educational videos, information on their apprenticeship programs etc. available.

Southern Nuclear Education Center at Plant Vogtle, and Georgia Power’s YouTube Channel– Both have information on virtual tours of the facility, educational resources for in the classroom.

Other Nuclear Sites:

Videos About Nuclear

Nuclear Energy Explained

Nuclear vs. No-Nuclear

What Nuclear Does

History of Nuclear: Marie Curie

2018 Middle School Video Contest Winner:

Winning entry submitted by:

Charles Timmons & Vivin Sudharsan

Teacher: Mr. Meador

Stallings Island Middle School