GRID Alternatives has a successful workforce model that includes a combination of fellowship and internship programs as well as volunteer and job training, which creates a vast number of opportunities for many who come through its doors.
Winessa Nartia, who goes by Winnie, is one of GRID's newest SolarCorps Fellows who traded her desk for a rooftop last month as she got to experience her very first solar installation with GRID!
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.
We met Sterling earlier this year when he kicked off his solar career
Over the coming weeks, Cynthia Ibarra and her fellow cohort of SolarCorps Fellows across the nation will be completing their terms of service and launching careers in clean energy, workforce development, nonprofits and other industries.
Attending a world-renowned research university, UCLA, has pushed Nicole
GRID Alternatives Inland Empire (GRID IE) recently hosted its annual summer soiree.
This past week, Kaly Moore and Serena Bruce celebrated their fifth and sixth anniversaries at GRID. Both women superstars started out as Construction SolarCorps Fellows in the Central Coast California office, and now, both are managers in the GRID Mid-Atlantic office. They reflect on how far they have come since starting at GRID – and give some advice to the incoming SolarCorps Fellows.
For our new SolarCorps, GRID is a new beginning.