Come visit our booth at the kickoff event for FIRST Robotics! The event will be at 190 E Liberty, right across the street from the UNR Innovation Center. This robotics challenge event is free and open to the public and will feature a variety of examples regarding robotics, sustainability, and energy! The event lasts from 9 am-12 pm on August 27th. Feel free to stop by and learn all about FIRST Robotics program and energy!  Read More →

Envirolution would like to give a huge thank you to Click Bond for being an instrumental partner to our Career Quest program! Click Bond is a Carson City-based company that serves the aerospace industry and has also made it a priority to give back to their community by investing in their future workforce. To date, Click Bond has facilitated nine Career Quest events impacting 185 students and providing them with invaluable career development opportunities and real-world connections to industry professionals. Thank you Click Bond for your dedication and support to Envirolution but more importantly, our students!Read More →

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 Career Quest had an amazing year! We introduced 7 new businesses and added 10 new STEAM guest speakers! Over the 2021/2022 school year, we engaged with over 720 students from across Nevada and provided over 850 career development hours! We can’t wait to see how this amazing program continues to expand throughout the years. If you are a teacher and are interested in learning more about Career Quest for the 2022/2023 school year, please complete the form below and we will be in touch. Interest FormRead More →

The Project ReCharge Teacher and Student Recognition Event was held on May 18 with over 150 students, teachers, parents, school representatives, business professionals, and community members joining us in person and virtually! We are excited to announce that Envirolution selected six student sustainability projects for funding and implementation from Swope Middle School, Dilworth STEM Academy, and Empire Elementary.  Check out all of the award-winning student projects here as well as select projects to be implemented in the next school year.   Envirolution would like to thank the sponsors that made this event possible including NV Energy Foundation‘s CLEAN Grant program and Tesla’s K-12 Education Fund. Make sure to check out NV Energy’sRead More →

 In the past 6 weeks, Envirolution has been busy! We have engaged with over 3,100 students and community partners with over 55 volunteers with events like our Career Quest at the Apple Data Center, Tesla, Redwood Materials, Wood Rodgers, Fulcrum, the Landfill, Eco recycling center, and TMWA, to community outreach at the Shaw community resource day, Earth Day, Aces Educational Day, Dayton STEM night and the Northern Nevada Science and Technology Festival. We are thrilled to partner with such amazing organizations and be able to engage and interact with so many members of our community talking about STEAM and sustainability. Check us out if you are interested in volunteering with EnvirolutionRead More →

On April 7th Envirolution was honored to receive $5,000 from Wood Rodgers during their 25th Anniversary celebration. Wood Rodger’s STEAM Team has continued to show their commitment to supporting teachers and inspiring students to pursue a career in the STEAM fields. THANK YOU Wood Rodgers for being a committed partner in our community!Read More →

Envirolution would like to spotlight one of our most dedicated monthly supporters, Elena de la Pena. Elena was introduced to Envirolution through the local chapter of the American Association of University Women and was inspired by the impact that our programs have had on students by helping them gain valuable STEAM knowledge, skills, and experiences while making the environment a better place for generations to come. We cannot thank Elena enough for being a part of our mission and for supporting teachers and students throughout Nevada. You can become a monthly donor HERERead More →

The Northern Nevada Science and Technology Festival (NNSTF) is a week-long event from April 26-30, 2022, celebrating science and innovation throughout Northern Nevada. The festival will inspire and connect our community with the power of science and technology through hands-on school programs and a series of FREE, family-friendly events hosted by different organizations and businesses. You can view and register for all the free events here. Family STEM Night at Dayton Elementary School – Envirolution joined Sierra Nevada Journeys in hosting Dayton Elementary School’s Family STEM Night on April 14th. There were some fun STEM challenge stations, lots of science raffle prizes, and a cool family challenge! Envirolution brought our Energy Bike, which was a hit with students, teachers, and even the principal Mrs. Peters!Check out all ourRead More →

Dr. Eric Heiselt is a passionate science teacher at Silverland Middle School in Lyon County School District who first joined Project ReCharge in 2015. Envirolution staff recently went to his classroom to learn about how he integrated Project ReCharge into his curriculum to create a brand new elective class. It was incredible to see a classroom of middle school students excited to learn about circuits and STEAM. Through fun lessons and creative activities, Dr. Heiselt’s elective class has become one of the most popular to take. Thank you, Dr. Heiselt, for making STEAM and sustainability education engaging while preparing your students to become future leaders!Read More →

Mark your calendars for the 2nd Northern Nevada Science and Technology Festival next month. Envirolution is proud to be a collaborating partner on this week long event aimed to inspire and connect our community with the power of science and technology happening in Nevada. Check out the website below for more information on the fun family friendly events being held during the week and don’t miss the Saturday April 30th, Science is Everywhere event. Over a dozen businesses and organizations will be opening their doors for FREE exclusive tours and hands-on activities.  Registration for Science is Everywhere events open on April 4th, so mark your calendars!Read More →