New Teacher Recruitment for the 2020-2021 School Year

Southern Nevada training will be in Las Vegas with DRI from June 10th-12th. 

Northern Nevada training will start July 27th-29th in Reno.

Sign up for our engaging STEAM curriculum training here! for more information.  

We are excited to welcome 29 new teachers for the 2019/2020 school year!

Participating Project ReCharge teachers will receive extensive hands-on professional development training on the lessons and activities covered in the curriculum. The current training model includes a three day, intensive summer institute followed by 1 Saturday session and 5 two-hour sessions throughout the school year.  The summer institute provides in-depth instruction regarding the Next Generation Science Standards, Phenomena, as well as hands-on  project based activities. Guest speakers are integrated into the remaining professional development sessions throughout the year, providing teachers with information from energy and STEM experts which can then be brought back to the classrooms. These follow up sessions also allow teachers from different schools and grade levels to collaborate and share various teaching methods, modifications and best practices. We have worked with NDOE to offer our courses as the renewal credits NV teachers will need each year. Envirolution will work with School District administration and teachers on the preferred schedule and methodology of the professional development, meeting the needs of teachers and program partners.  

Teacher Testimonials from Summer Professional Development

“The quality of the professional development was one of the best I have ever had as a teacher or student”

“I love hands on activities that I can see my students doing. I really enjoyed the discussion leaders and the learning environment they created”

“Through this program we as educators are strategically positioned to create, inspire, empower, and mentor life long learners in our sphere of influence!”

“I really appreciate the ability to network with teachers, members of Project ReCharge, and the members of the professional community that are engaged with the program.”