Job Training

Jennifer Huerta and Cesar Ledezma, rising-seniors at Desert Hot Springs High School, are in the middle of an incredibly unique solar internship.
Meet our SolarCorps Outreach Fellow, Parwana Ayub! Parwana is a Bay Area native that is grateful to be addressing environmental issues in an inclusive and equitable manner at home.
You need a job to gain experience, but experience to get hired for a job. It’s a classic Catch 22 and a cycle that GRID Alternatives Bay Area has been working hard to try to break. This Spring, GRID Bay Area’s Workforce Development team partnered with several local organizations to administer real-world, hands-on experience, providing 4,500 training hours to community members in just two months! Click on for some photos from our action packed spring!
GRID Alternatives is committed to advancing equity, inclusion, and d
Nine solar construction trainees recently graduated from GRID Alternatives Inland Empire’s (GRID IE) Solar Construction Cohort Program.
GRID Alternatives Bay Area is honored to have been recognized
"What led me to where I am today? What am I not doing? When will an opportunity present itself to me?" Julian asked himself these questions while working for seven years as a chef and bartender. Then, after graduating from GRID Mid-Atlantic's workforce development program, he found a new career in solar.
Just a few years ago, Ryan was a teenager without many options to contribute to the society around him.
It is truly a blessing as well as a great privilege to see a trainee first walk into our doors wanting to learn about solar, to graduating knowing he is fully prepared to start in the solar industry.
Edison International (parent company of Southern California Edison/SCE) teamed up with GRID Alternatives Inland Empire recently to install no cost solar systems for two families in Grand Terrace, California during Earth Week.

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