On behalf of Envirolution staff and the Board of Directors, we are excited to share our accomplishments for this 2021/2022 annual report. The theme for this past year was sustainable growth! As the world started opening up after the pandemic, we experienced an influx of requests for events and resources for our community partners. We saw this growth and excitement for engagement with students the most within our Career Quest program, which added seven new business locations to our list. We also reached over 3,400 girls across 38 states as part of Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day. These successes are a testament to our ability to host large-scaleRead More →

Envirolution’s board of directors is growing! We are excited to welcome 4 new board members, including a new board chair! Thank you, Mara Langer, for your 3 years of leadership and guidance. With that transition, we are honored to welcome our new Board Chair, Matt Rittenhouse, to our organization to continue building the knowledge base and resources for Envirolution. Matt moved to Reno in 2019 from Omaha, Nebraska, and immediately fell in love with everything this city offers. He currently works at New American Funding as a Loan Officer, and he loves guiding people through the process of purchasing the home of their dreams. He looks forward to being able to give backRead More →

On October 17th, Envirolution hosted its first Staff and Board Retreat to foster collaboration between the staff and Board of Directors and focus our organization toward achieving its strategic plan goals. The day included a discussion of our strengths using the Clifton Strengths model, roundtable discussions about our strategic plan tactics, and lots of fun activities to get to know each other better. We ended our day with a painting session led by Arts for All Nevada! Thank you for bringing some fun to our day! Thank you to the City of Reno for partnering with us to use your location! Read More →

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We are very happy to welcome 3 new Board Members to our organization in an effort to continue building the knowledge base and resources for Envirolution.  With their generous efforts, we will be able to further expand our capacity in school administration, law, and marketing.  Please help us in welcoming Debbie Patrick, Mark Korinek, and Lina Tanner.   On August 19th, we hosted our first Project ReCharge Advisory Committee meeting. The development of this advisory committee has been a year in the making and we are excited to have 12 community members with the expertise and knowledge to help provide feedback, collaboration, and direction on the Project ReCharge curriculum, professional learning and expansion of the program. Read More →