Staff Picks: Indigenous Rights & LGBTQ+ History Month
We have some staff recommendations for books, movies, and podcasts to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day and LGBTQ+ History Month.
First Cohort of New Mainers Graduate from Pre-Apprenticeship Program
The Renewable Energy Training Program equips New Mainers with the skills and pathways to build careers in solar installation and heat pumps.
Systems Thinking in Climate Education
ReVision's Climate Educator, Stacy Brown, explores the benefits of systems thinking in climate education.
Looking Back & Looking Ahead: Commercial Solar Operations
As part of our 20th Anniversary celebrations, we’ll be showcasing a different ReVision team every month. We'll look at how the team and its roles have changed over the past two decades, and glance ahead at what the future might hold.
Looking Back & Looking Ahead: the Residential Sales & Design team
As part of our 20th Anniversary celebrations, we're taking a closer look at the history and future of every ReVision team.
Connection Matters
ReVision’s commitment to learning extends beyond our electrician apprenticeship program to our Leadership program.
Tiny Climate Classroom Cruises Through Earth Month
Our Tiny Climate Classroom made its debut this Earth Month, traveling all over New England for fun events and school visits.
Tiny Climate Classroom Hits the Road
Our Tiny Climate Classroom hits the road to spread climate education and the solar mission to kids.
Solar at Antioch University New England
Solar at Antioch University New England This guest blog post is written by Kate Witte, a graduate student at Antioch University New England studying
Vision, Visibility, and Culture: Join us at 3S Artspace
3S Artspace Combines Creativity with Contemporary Issues 3S Artspace, a non-profit contemporary arts organization, is nestled on a quiet little corner of