Youth

GRID Alternatives creates a pathway for those interested in pursuing a career in solar through hands-on job training.
As we glance back at 2018, there are many positive achievements that GRID can be thankful for here in the IE.
SunPower Solar Science Academy inspiring the next generation of solar leaders.
As a life-long resident of Desert Hot Springs, Alondra Rendon always wanted to help her community.
Local refugee youth forge new careers in solar power after training with GRID.
GRID Alternatives’ Tribal Program and Ecological Action, a student-created nonprofit from Cherry Creek High School in Denver, Colorado, installed solar at Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, serving two veterans.
Solar Futures students have the opportunity to get real-world solar installation experience with GRID.
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!
April is national volunteer month and GRID Inland Empire kicked it off early with a Volunteer Appreciation event on March 8.
My name is Jisela Herrera and I am a fourth-year student at the University of California, Riverside. Science has always been a passion of mine and more specifically, environmental science. I knew I wanted to intern at an organization where I could make a positive impact in people’s lives and the future of our planet. As someone who is deeply passionate about social justice and environmentalism, I found GRID Alternatives to be the perfect internship for me as it has given me the opportunity to contribute to the environment and society in a much broader spectrum. The first thing that attracted me to GRID Alternatives was their mission statement. GRID Alternatives installs solar systems at no cost to low-income homeowners and I knew from the start that I wanted to partner up with an organization with integrity, which I found here at GRID.

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