Envirolution has been busy engaging with many different community partners and we wanted to share a little of what we’ve been up to. Girl Scouts  Envirolution is honored to form a partnership with the Girl Scouts of Sierra Nevada for a new educational, engaging STEAM Exploration Program. We held our first event and the cadettes had the opportunity to explore Tesla’s history, mission, vision, and careers as well as engage in a hands-on STEAM activity. We have more summer sessions for this program available, so if you are interested in registering your cadette or cadettes troop for one of our sessions, please fill out this Registration form.  Truckee MeadowsRead More →

Are you interested in helping us share our programs with teachers, students and the community?  Do you want to interact with amazing and passionate local companies and learn how our programs provide solutions for STEAM educators and encourage students to take an active role in sustainability and energy efficiency!?  This position does all that and so much more!   For more information and to apply, please visit: envirolution.org/career-opportunitiesRead More →

Check out our Refresh sessions in 2021/2022 If you have already completed the Project ReCharge Complete Training we would love for you to join us for our ReFresh Sessions. Throughout this next school year, we will have 8 opportunities for you to join us and interact with our new and updated lessons.  All sessions will be held virtually and in-person on Wednesday or Saturday. You may join us for all of them or just one of them. Some of our new lessons include Climate Scene Investigation and McKinstry Dashboard Live Energy Data. Earn your recertification hours with us! Click here for more information on all of the 2021 opportunities. Read More →

Envirolution would like to thank Microsoft for supporting Project ReCharge! Their support will allow Envirolution to bring this innovative program to new teachers and students throughout Northern Nevada and provide them with quality STEAM curriculum and hands-on classroom materials. Thank you Microsoft for your dedication to inspiring and educating our future leaders and investing in a sustainable economy and society.Read More →


Envirolution is excited to extend our gratitude to the John Ben Snow Foundation and Memorial Trust for their support of Project ReCharge. Their support will help provide teachers and students with curriculum, training, and materials to engage students in quality virtual STEAM education and encourage them towards a STEAM career path! We are thankful for their dedication and commitment to educating our future generation of sustainable leaders and workers!Read More →

Envirolution would like to recognize the dedication and commitment of our Project ReCharge teachers this year. Our 2020/2021 session is coming to an end and it has been an honor to work with these teachers by providing them collectively with 874 hours of virtual professional learning. Despite the challenges,our teachers have shown an amazing amount of ingenuity and creativity to continue offering at least 160 hours of engaging, hands-on Project ReCharge lessons to over 2,600 students in their classrooms. We are truly looking forward to working with and supporting these incredible educators in the years to come.  We hope that all of our teachers enjoy a well-earned summer break!Read More →

Students and teachers highlighted their hard work at this year’s virtual Project ReCharge Teacher and Student Recognition Event on May 18th. The event was a smashing success with more than 150 attendees from across the State. Project ReCharge has chosen 5 new projects to be implemented. Ranging from LED lighting to composters and recycling bins! We want to give a HUGE THANK YOU to the partners, teachers, and students who make all of this possible! Missed the event or want more details about the student projects?Visit our Project ReCharge Student Projects PageRead More →

Envirolution has been busy engaging with many different community partners and we wanted to share a little of what we’ve been up to. Girls in STEM Camp In April, along with Tesla, we partnered with Sierra Nevada Journeys for their Girls in STEM Camp at Grizzly Ranch.  Over two days, we got to engage with 39 girls and their families teaching them about the engineering design process with hands-on activities. KTMB Great Community Cleanup On Saturday, May 1st, Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful hosted their annual Great Community Cleanup, and Envirolution was very happy to participate in this year’s event. Envirolution staff volunteered at Idlewild Park where we helped with pickingRead More →

Our first ever Sneak Peek Professional Learning sessions were a hit!  We had 30 teachers from different grade levels, communities, and subject matters join us for 7 sessions and over 14 hours of training to learn about Project ReCharge and complete some of our favorite hands-on lessons.  “It gave me a perfect look at the instruction that I can do with my students and reviewed great teaching practices too! I was not familiar with the program at all and feel very confident that is something I can incorporate into my units. I loved the structure of each session.” – Teacher Feedback “I’m learning so much by doingRead More →

Envirolution is excited to announce our partnership with EcoRise (EcoRise.org) to collaborate in the development of a Transportation Unit with an emphasis on Electric Vehicles. In these lessons, students will investigate different types of transportation by conducting a cost analysis of a gas, hybrid, and fully electric cars.  Then, they will develop a recommendation for a new household car and plan a vacation using an electric car through hands-on science and cross-curricular activities. Stay tuned for more information!Read More →