Women in Solar

As a fourth year student at the University of California, Riverside majoring in Sustainability Studies with a minor in Business Administration, I knew I wanted to learn about the social impact the environment has on families in low-income communities.
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.
GRID’s Communications Specialist, Maisha Kudumu, spent the day with our latest Women’s Build crew and learned about their motivation and hopes for a solar future
Solar Spring Break kicked off earlier this month. We caught up with Rionna Octaviano, a student from University of Nevada, Reno who was headed off to her fourth Solar Spring Break!
In honor of AmeriCorps Week 2019 -- and in recognition of Women's History Month -- we would like to introduce you to six incredible SolarCorps Fellows, many of them women in construction, who are serving across five GRID regions!
Strong solar industry women in L.A.: We honor your leadership & talent!
Earlier this month, The Solar Foundation released the 2018 National Solar Jobs Census. Meet some folks who started their solar careers with GRID!
Solar is one of the fastest growing industries in the U.S., but there is still a ways to go before it becomes an equitable industry. That's where our "We Build" initiative comes in.
At age 21, Chiena knew there was more she could do for the environment.
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.

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