The City of Riverside recently announced the launch of the Eastside Climate Collaborative, a four-year project that includes seven non-profit and governmental partners to complete smart growth projects in the Eastside neighborhood of Riverside.
Jeremiah always dreamed of landing a job in the solar industry. However, he didn’t know that the pathway to his career would be through a free online training course.
Sandra Mancilla Romero’s journey with GRID started in 2015.
GRID Alternatives Inland Empire recently announced the celebration of our 10 Year Anniversary and Open House in our previous newsletter.
Michael Elkins first learned about GRID through his fellowship with Mission Continues, a nonprofit that empowers veterans by helping them build skills and networks to successfully reintegrate them into the civilian lifestyle.
GRID Alternatives Inland Empire (GRID IE), an affiliate of GRID Alternatives, officially opened its doors in April 2011 with a small skeleton crew of five, later growing to a team of eight.
Miriam and her family have been Ontario residents for 38 years and she is the matriarch of her large family.
Joyce White has lived on the Bishop Paiute Tribal Reservation all her life.
Providing solar installation training to individuals who want to enter t
GRID Alternatives Inland Empire provides hands-on classroom education an