Experts predict a steady climb for the solar job market despite the solar industry experiencing some bumps in the road in 2017/2018.
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.
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.
As we glance back at 2018, there are many positive achievements that GRID can be thankful for here in the IE.
When Isaiah Pak completed his eight years of service in the United States Marine Corps, he never imagined his service to his country would lead him down the path to assisting underserved communities through GRID.
GRID Alternatives is a place of great opportunity, and is a factor that has led to a fulfilling and successful future for many individuals.
The holidays are just around the corner, beginning with a season of thanksgiving.
Davetta Simpson has been a resident of Jurupa for 18 years. A mother of two with two grandchildren, she first heard about GRID through her participation in Community Action Partnership (CAP) Riverside’s home weatherization program.
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.
As a student from the University of California, Riverside, and as a Global Studies major, Wendy Juarez wanted to focus on the global environment and learn more about ways and tactics to reduce carbon footprint on a global scale.