School is back in session and we are working hard to continue to bring you Career Quest, a collaborative program that connects businesses to their future workforce by exploring workplace STEAM and sustainability career opportunities. We are working on in-person and virtual experiences at locations around Reno and Carson City. If you are interested in signing up for your class, please complete this short interest form or reach out to Aimee at and we’ll be in touch with more information.Read More →

Envirolution is excited to announce that we will be partnering with the Girl Scouts of Sierra Nevada for a new virtual STEAM Exploration Program. Cadettes (grade 6th-8th) will have the opportunity to investigate STEAM careers, engage in a hands-on activity, and earn a special Envirolution Fun Patch! Click this link to register your cadette for one of three available dates for this exciting new partnership!Read More →

Seven Hills Middle School in Nevada City, CA held a virtual hybrid camp created by Envirolution during the week of April 5th – 9th for 90 students.  Each participant was provided a complete hands-on kit that included the complete materials for a simple motor activity, balloon car activity & bridge activity.  One of the students said the Envirolution Camp was,  “challenging, fun, and interactive! ” This camp effectively created a unique and memorable experience within a virtual platform that helped the students learn about the engineering design process while having fun. If you know of a school that is looking for STEAM camp options, feel free to have them contact: info@envirolution.orgRead More →

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Our second year of Career Quest ended abruptly with COVID-19 shutting down schools and business, but we still had a very successful year!  We were on target to engage with 1476 students from 39 different classrooms, but still made an enormous impact on 835 students from 23 classrooms. Currently, we are putting a lot of our attention on adding more local business for students to explore and learn from. We are also very focused on implementing new health and safety protocols for all the students, teachers, staff and employee volunteers. We are looking forward to engaging more students and teachers next school year with additional businessRead More →