Solar Futures

Solar is a fast growing industry with career paths for a variety of interests and skillsets. Plus, you get paid to fight climate change!
GRID Alternatives Inland Empire was recently honored by South Coast Air Quality Management District - SCAQMD with the Youth Leadership in Air Quality Award at its recent 30th Annual Clean Air Awards.
SunPower Solar Science Academy inspiring the next generation of solar leaders.
GRID volunteer, Kari Burman, unites her passions with GRID's mission as a skills-based volunteer.
A first-of-its-kind solar training series is opening doors and launching renewable energy careers for youth on the Bishop Paiute reservation in Southern California.
Solar Futures students have the opportunity to get real-world solar installation experience with GRID.
Blaine Boyer is an educator at Rancho Vista High School, a continuation school in Temecula, who has been an active partner of GRID Alternatives since 2012.
Imagine, at age 18, receiving an opportunity that will guide you to your ideal career. Although the journey to finding your career is always a challenge, one Inland Empire high school in San Bernardino is making those first steps a little easier.
Five years ago, several schools approached GRID IE with an idea to enhance their vocational academies through GRID’s unique hands-on solar training program.
Spread awareness about solar energy and energy access during Solar Education Week, April 15-21, 2018, by hosting or attending an event inf your community!

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