Volunteers

GRID Alternatives creates a pathway for those interested in pursuing a career in solar through hands-on job training.
As a single mother raising two sons on her own, Marbelys Torres moved to Desert Hot Springs to provide a better life for her family.
Edison High School has partnered with GRID Alternative
On December 4th, 2018, GRID Central Valley will be awarded th
GRID Alternatives is a place of great opportunity, and is a factor that has led to a fulfilling and successful future for many individuals.
As we glance back at 2018, there are many positive achievements that GRID can be thankful for here in the IE.
The Bay Area has been lucky enough to have amazing volunteers and interns over the years. We want to introduce you to one of our current awesome Bay Area Construction interns, Robin Htun, who found GRID, moved across the country and started volunteering. In the future, he’s hoping to establish solar as the conventional source of energy in his home country of Myanmar. At home in Myanmar, the country is just beginning to grow their energy infrastructure and Robin believes bringing renewable energy technology into the forefront is imperative. Read on to learn more about Robin’s journey with GRID and his passions.
On November 3, 2018, volunteers from WGL Holdings joined GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic to install solar for two families in the District of Columbia as part of their Annual Day of Weatherization.
This Veterans Day we look back on our Solar Spring Break in Sacramento with the Veteran Conservation Corp (VCC) and our interview with veteran Kim Pham, a former GRID volunteer and VCC internship coordinator.

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