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 →

As parents, teachers, and students gear up for a new school year, we wanted to provide some quick and easy ways to “go greener.” One of the easiest ways to become more sustainable is to take inventory of the school supplies already in your home! If items such as backpacks or clothing need to be replaced, check out your local second-hand stores and thrift shops. These options will help you reduce your use while also saving you money!Read More →

Pardon our dust! We are so pleased to announce that we have moved into a bigger location, centrally located near the airport. This new space features a large training room to host teachers, a conference room, and six office spaces to accommodate all of our staff and volunteers. While we’re not quite ready to open our doors to the public just yet, we are so excited to welcome you to this space in the coming months. As we get settled, be sure to check out our calendar for future events, and our social media to see how we’re settling in. Read More →

Are you interested in gaining professional experience, empowering communities, and making a lasting difference? Join the Envirolution team! We are looking for a new Finance and Operations Coordinator and two AmeriCorps VISTA positions.We are looking for an organized, analytical Finance and Operations Coordinator with exceptional communication and problem-solving skills to handle operational and financial duties. VISTAThe Research and Evaluations Coordinator will help to improve the effectiveness of current programmatic evaluation processes while assisting in the research in sustainability and STEAM-related content and reports VISTA The Program Coordinator will develop and pilot new programs to inspire young girls to enter STEAM fields. For more information and position descriptions visit: https://envirolution.org/career-opportunities/Read More →

We held our second ever Project ReCharge Advisory Board meeting in November.Through rounds of brainstorming the group was able to pick a focus for Project ReCharge curriculum development over the next few years. So please look forward to new lessons in the next few years focusing on Energy, Sustainability, and additional activities for students to develop the necessary soft skills to be successful future workers.Read More →

Envirolution is excited to pilot our first lesson in the new Transportation Unit with Kim Tucker and Michelle Hollis! In this lesson, students investigate their use of transportation, how gas-powered transportation has impacted the environment, the simple motor in electric vehicles, and lastly students investigate alternative methods of transportation that promote a more sustainable future. Stay tuned – this lesson is coming to you this summer! Read More →

Baking is as much a science as it is an art form. Combine flour, sugar, and eggs, add a little bit of heat, and voila! You have a tasty treat to enjoy with friends and family. One of my family’s favorite traditions around the holidays is to bake and build our own gingerbread houses, which is actually a great way to test your STEAM skills! If you’re feeling adventurous, check out this recipe from Food Network: Gingerbread House Recipe. If you’re still developing your baking skills, you can always find a gingerbread house kit in your local grocery store. Happy holiday eating!Read More →

Huge thank you to all who donated to Feature A Teacher for #GivingTuesday. Through your generous giving, we raised nearly $1,300! All proceeds will go towards providing teachers and students with valuable classroom resources. Thank you for giving the gift of education this year! Did you forget to donate on #GivingTuesday? That is totally fine! Our fundraiser is still going, so tomorrow could be Giving Wednesday, or yesterday was Giving Monday! Your tax-deductible gift is always valuable to us and makes a huge impact. https://feature-a-teacher-2021.funraise.org/Read More →