Inspiring and empowering the next generation of leaders and workers who will drive the growth of a sustainable economy.
Standing with STEAM Teachers
Join us for our end of year giving campaign: Standing with STEAM Teachers
Envirolution is dedicated to transforming education. Our mission is to empower STEAM educators with the resources, support, and training they need to inspire and educate the next generation of leaders and innovators.
Envirolution is made possible through community involvement. Whether through volunteering at local events or assisting with raising funds, there are many ways you can directly or indirectly support us!
is an exciting, 5-day opportunity for middle and high school students to travel to businesses and organizations to explore STEAM careers, environmentally friendly business practices, and learn about the local sustainability movement.
Envirolution is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to developing and scaling dynamic K-12 education, youth leadership, and community outreach programs centered around energy efficiency, sustainability, and Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) career opportunities. Established in 2007 and based in Reno, Nevada, Envirolution’s mission is to inspire and empower the next generation of leaders and workers who will drive the growth of a sustainable economy. With a focus on hands-on service learning, our programs not only provide career development for students, but also enable our participants to give back to their communities. Envirolution seeks to promote global change by championing local efforts that empower citizens to do positive, meaningful work and to make a good living while giving back to the social and environmental communities.
Envirolution is thrilled to share our new video, "The Choice." A very special thank you to Three Sticks, Hey Frank, Tesla-Gigafactory NV and Carson Middle School for helping us make this happen.
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Project ReCharge is a hands-on inquiry and project based Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM) curriculum and training program that engages students, teachers and facility staff. This interactive energy education program provides valuable professional development and classroom resources to teachers. Read More→
The Sustainability Expedition is an exciting, five-day opportunity for northern Nevada middle and high school students to travel to Reno’s finest businesses and organizations to explore STEAM careers, environmentally friendly practices, and learn about the local sustainability movement. Read More→
We connect businesses to their future workforce by exploring workplace STEAM and sustainability career opportunities. Through engaging presentations, industry tours, inspiring presentations and educational hands-on activities students are exposed to the benefits of STEAM education and local career opportunities available to them. Read More→
Introduce a Girl to Engineering
This event is a national movement to show girls how engineering can be a great career choice and a way to change the world. As part of National Engineers Week, Envirolution partners with Tesla to host middle school students across the country to celebrate Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day every year in February. Read More→
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Envirolution is committed to ensuring equality and non-discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, sexual orientation, or marital status in the administration of its programs and activities. Additionally, Envirolution stands firmly against any form of retaliation towards individuals who choose to exercise their rights to participate in, or oppose actions protected by, 40 C.F.R. Parts 5 and 7, or in any manner that interferes with such rights. For a comprehensive view of Envirolution’s Nondiscrimination policy or to submit a Nondiscrimination complaint, please visit our nondiscrimination page.