Join Envirolution’s expanding innovative team as the Development and Marketing Manager, an instrumental role in the growth of this sustainability-focused educational non-profit! Click on the link below to apply! Apply NowRead More →

Nevada became a state on October 31, 1864, and we celebrate our amazing state with the Nevada Day Parade in Carson City each year. While celebrating Nevada during the parade on Saturday, October 29th, here are a few ways you can focus on being sustainable!   We hope you all have an amazing Nevada Day and a happy 158th birthday to the great state of Nevada!Read More →

October 5th was Energy Efficiency Day AND World Teachers Day! Because Envirolution spends a lot of time helping teachers teach students about energy efficiency with hands-on material, we like to think that October 5th was basically Envirolution Day! We love being able to support teachers as they teach students about sustainability and energy conservation. One of the many ways students learn about energy efficiency is with our Energy-bike. These incredible electricity-generating bikes have been a fantastic way for teachers to show students about energy in a hands-on, exciting way. By riding the E-Bike, students can see how much energy it takes to power different electrical devices, like lightbulbs, blenders, andRead More →

Project ReCharge Sneak Peek Coming SoonDo you want to see how much energy your school’s solar panels are generating or how much water your school uses compared to others? Washoe County and Carson City teachers can join us virtually to learn all about the McKinstry live energy dashboard on October 18th from 4 -6 pm PST.Sign-Up Now Arts for All Nevada PartnershipProject ReCharge is partnering with Arts for All Nevada to highlight the art lessons we have worked on and how they can support science learning. Join us in-person at the Lake Mansion or virtually on November 15th 4-6pm PST.  Sign up for one lesson or both here Read More →

Now that we are  settled in at our new office, we are ready to start bringing in volunteers for material preparation. Next month, our Tesla friends will come in for their Week of Service to help us prepare materials for our upcoming Career Quests and Project ReCharge teachers.  Check out the link below for other material preparation dates. Want to bring in your company for a team volunteer activity? We have space to host!  Reach out to Jessica at to set it up.  Volunteer Here!Read More →

Program EDGE will be piloting its new E-Power Workshop April 3rd – 7th, 2023. The E-Power Workshop Pilot is a five-day Carson City School District Spring Break workshop in which two E-Power Teams comprised of girls, genderqueer, and non-binary students become Energy Bike Experts by building an Energy Bike from scratch. Participants will work alongside staff and  local career professionals while they learn how to teach engaging energy lessons to bring back to their school and community. All students will receive hands-on STEM Experience in the areas of circuitry, electronics, teamwork, confidence, problem-solving, and the engineering design process. Upon completion of the E-Power workshop, students will be awarded an E-Power Certificate as well as leadRead More →

Program and Events Coordinator Sam Arroyo is a recent college graduate with his degree in Educational Studies and is excited to apply what he’s learned to his new role at Envirolution. Raised in Reno, Sam loves all things athletics. He spent much of his free time running through nature and exploring the desert areas near his home. He worked in STEAM roles while pursuing his degree, working full-time at Tesla, Nuro, and Waymo. Sam is excited to teach kids about careers in STEAM fields using his own experience in functional robotics to show how attainable it is with dedication and hard work. He hopes toRead More →

Educational Materials Manager Jessica is a self-taught artist that has been living and working in the Reno area for the last twenty years. She loves to paint and experiment with new and interesting artistic techniques. She also has a love and commitment to the community and believes that social change and environmental protection are key elements for the future generation’s success. Jessica has spent many years working and volunteering at local art initiatives and the Nevada Museum of Art where she spent three years training and teaching STEAM education to students and teachers alike. With Jessica’s background in art and a penchant for experimentation, she loves toRead More →