Our Community Partners

Connexus Energy partners with community organizations and programs to make a positive impact for all Minnesotans.

Key Community Programs

Each year, Connexus Energy offers scholarships to high school students living in our service area. Students interested in applying for scholarships should contact their high school directly.

Connexus Energy also offers scholarships to individuals pursuing careers as electrical line workers. To apply, contact the following schools directly:

Connexus Energy also offers scholarships at Anoka Technical College and Anoka Ramsey Community College. To apply, contact the schools directly.

Wildlife Outreach & Heritage Labs

Connexus Energy has been recognized by Anoka County for more than 25 years of support for youth environmental and cultural programs in our schools.

The Wildlife Outreach Program offers presentations on Minnesota animals to local schools in the north metro. Naturalists from the Wargo Nature Center share information about an animal’s habitat, adaptations, and conservation issues during a fun, informal session that may feature fur, bones, mounts, and costumes to bring the animals to life for the students. More than 25,000 participate in this free program each year.

Each year, our support for the Heritage Lab allows 3,000 students in grades 1-6 to participate in a full-day, outdoor historical program at a reduced cost. The students participate in hands-on activities related to one of five different time periods in Minnesota history.

National Sports Center

Connexus Energy is a proud sponsor of the National Sports Center (NSC) in Blaine. With more than four million visitors each year, the NSC, one of the largest facilities of its kind in the United States, showcases youth athletics and provides unique programs and events.

Safety Outreach

Connexus Energy’s Electric Safety Presentations reach more than 10,000 Minnesotans every year. Audiences include students, contractors, firefighters, emergency medical professionals, public utility works, and the general public. We’re committed to providing electric safety education, key to saving lives and reducing electrical accidents. For more information and to schedule a safety demonstration for your group or organization, call 763.323.2729.