Citizens for Nuclear Technology sponsors, co-sponsors, or contributes to a variety of public events and informational meetings. CNTA sponsored events are a vital part of the mission of our organization. Our events have the purpose of education, networking, and fundraising.
The Annual Edward Teller Lecture and Banquet (also referred to as the Teller Lecture) is an event hosted by CNTA with the goal to reach out to the public and members. The event includes a reception, dinner, and lecturer who speaks on relevant nuclear topics. There are also many awards given out at this event including the Robert Maher Memorial Scholarship, the Distinguished Scientist Award, and the Nuclear Service Award.
Tap into Nuclear is a periodic event put on by the Young Professionals Committee with the goal of “tapping into” the experiences of more accomplished members of CNTA in order to develop a wide range of skills that can be used in the workplace. This series is a core part of our professional development offerings.
Previously known as the Annual Costume Ball, the Young Professional Fundraiser is an event put on by the Young Professionals Committee with the goal to raise money to allow membership for those under 40 to be free. This annual event has provided free membership to hundreds of young professionals since 2017.
The Annual Charity Golf Tournament is put on by the Golf Tournament Committee with the goal of raising money to support CNTA’s many educational and outreach activities.
CNTA hosts an Annual Members Mixer in order to bring the members together to review and discuss the annual report.
Required by state law, we turn our Annual Meeting into an opportunity to thank our members for their support and to celebrate our successes over the last year.
The Savannah River Safety Summit is a day-long event that features a welcome address, a keynote speaker, 4 sessions focused on nuclear safety and transportation, a Safety Expo with networking opportunities, door prizes, and more.
“This is a great way for the CSRA community to become more aware of safety practices on our DOE site, learn how area nuclear facilities maintain a healthy safety culture, and enjoy learning about some of our local companies that provide safety products and services,” said Tim Griffin, ETEBA Executive Director and a member of the Summit’s planning committee.
The Savannah River Safety Partnership (SRSP) was formed in 2019 following the success of the 2018 Savannah River Safety Summit. The SRSP is a diverse group of like-minded companies and individuals who are passionate about promoting safety on the Savannah River Site, within the companies that work in that environment, in surrounding community and at home and with our colleagues. The primary objective of the SRSP is to organize the annual Savannah River Safety Summit which aims to educate, promote, and encourage safety in the Savannah River community.
Details on the 2019 Event are available here.