Energy Education Trainings and Workshops
Grant Writing Workshops: Alaska Project Solutions is hosting workshops in Anchorage for Tribal grantees who are interested in learning more about writing grant applications and or managing grants for the communities they live in. Training focuses on Tribal community programs and cultural relevance in writing and managing grants. Trainers can offer guidance on a variety of programs including cultural preservation projects, community planning and facility projects, USDA Rural Development, Indian Community Development (ICDBG), renewable energy grants, HUD and ANA grants, health services grants, EPA-IGAP environmental grants, Tribal Courts, youth programs and more. To register or for more information contact Kelly at (907) 334-9212 or email@example.com.
December 4-5: Grant Writing, $499 per person
December 11-12: Grant Project Management, $499 per person
Registrations must be received no later than November 22, 2013
January 8-9: Grant Writing, $499 per person
January 15-16: Grant Project Management, $499 per person
Registrations must be received no later than December 27, 2013
UAF Bristol Bay Campus: Two online sustainable energy courses are being offered during the Fall 2013 semester through the UAF Bristol Bay Campus. Both of these courses can be used as credit requirements for the Sustainable Energy Occupational Endorsement, a 12-credit program offered through UAF. Scholarships are available to cover tuition. Click HERE for more information.
Course Title: Envi 220 – Intro to Sustainable Energy
Description: This course focuses on energy use and production in society. Problems discussed are mainly related to the extent of the sustainability of current practives. The emphasis of the course is on solutions which revolve around energy efficiency and specific renewable energy technologies.
Instructor: Dr. Tom Marsik
Course Dates: September 5 – December 17, 2013
Meeting Times: Tuesday, Thursday 6:50 to 8:20 pm
Course Title: Envi 120 – Home Energy Basics
Description: This course focuses on analyzing home energy use and investigating ways to reduce fossil fuel consumption and lower utility bills. Course topics include basic building science, home retrofits, efficient lighting, residential renewable energy and more.
Instructor: Dr. Tom Marsik
Course Dates: October 7, 14, 21, 28 (Each Money in October)
Meeting Time: 5:30 to 9:00 pm
Mat-Su College: In the Sustainable Energy Occupational Endorsement Certificate Program at Mat-Su College, students learn the fundamental concepts and skills necessary to pursue employment or gain further training as renewable energy technicians, or pursue additional education in fields related to construction management, science, engineering and architecture. Click HERE for more information or call Mark Masteller at (907) 745-9784 to learn about the program.
EPA Environmental Education Stewardship Projects: The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) established a new Environmental Sub-Grant program in FY2011-2013 to promote environmental stewardship and help develop knowledgeable and responsible students, teachers and citizens. Non-profits, middle schools, high schools or school districts providing services to a community or multiple communities with a population less than 50,000 each, and are located in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington may submit proposals to receive grants for up to $5,000. Each grant program must address at least one EPA educational priority, one EPA strategic environmental priority and increase public awareness and knowledge about the environment.
Proposals are due no later than October 31st at 5:00 pm AKST. Click HERE for more information.
Who we are
Renewable Energy Alaska Project is a coalition of energy stakeholders working to facilitate the development of renewable energy in Alaska through collaboration, education, training, and advocacy.