Solar Spring Break

This past March, GRID Alternatives Central Coast, Atascadero office, was honored to host students from North Carolina State University and University of Nevada-Reno for two AMAZING Solar Spring Break weeks! Solar Spring Break gives college students from around the country the opportunity to spend their spring vacation week installing solar in underserved communities. These students give back too! They raise money to participate and GRID CC gives them a week full of authentic, local experiences.

An alternative kind of spring break vacation is now trending for college students! GRID’s Solar Spring Break is gaining popularity as college students seek more meaningful ways to spend their vacation time.  Students from colleges all around the country are taking the opportunity to spend their spring break vacation experiencing new cultures, making the world a better place, and having their education come to life with a volunteer experience that allows them to learn and serve.