Youth

Stacy Brown is a single parent of two boys and a foster mom who works as a bus driver in Sh

Caitlin, a student at University of Michigan, traveled to San Diego for Solar Spring Break to help out wi

A grad student at University of Vermont, Els had worked in wind energy for several years before returning to school to study solar.

The goal of our GIVE BIG RIVERSIDE campaign is to provide career pathways in solar for 20 at-risk youths. You can make a difference by donating TODAY, so that the youths can gain hands-on installation experience to get jobs
in this high-demand solar field, empower their own lives, and transform our community!

Three volunteer teams came out for the U.S. Green Building Council's Green Apple Day of Service in El Monte, CA. Check out a short, fun video of volunteers from Vons grocery stores installing solar with GRID! In addition to Vons volunteers, we also had a group of high school students getting a hands-on introduction to solar.
It was standing room only on Tuesday, September 23rd, when GLA's Executive Director, Michael Kadish spoke to students at USC Marshall School of Business's Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab about GRID Alternatives. In attendance were a mix of faculty and staff, undergraduate and graduate business students, and other USC students interested in solar energy, social enterprise, the environment, and job creation.