IBT Trainee (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – June 21, 2018
Working with Grid Alternative was the best training in Solar for me due to me doing it to gain knowledge of Solar and Low Voltage. I had the best team leaders and crew members. I would do it again and again with this company because of the staff and people.
Very patient staff and on top performance with crew
Solar works dc (Current Employee) – DC - District of Columbia, DC – April 16, 2018
I learned how to install solar panels and hook up micros . I learned how to put rails and beems down, I learned how to use a lot of power tools , And I also learned that safety is over speed at all times
Volunteer Worker (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – March 1, 2018
Volunteer Job I collaborate in the installation of solar panel for low income tax hold-owners. People very friendly, But also it was a good experience for hands on on the field. Using and practicing procedures to complete the installation of the system.Also some practicing of electrical field.
It is a great place to learn and gain hands on experience.
Solar Installer (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – February 27, 2018
I was a volunteer at Grid Alternatives with a few colleagues of mines. Our professor for solar at the time advised us to attend the seminars and meeting the company does and helps us understand how to work in the business.
Exciting & collaborative place to work where you can make a real impact
Manager (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – January 28, 2018
I worked at GRID for over three years in multiple roles, and can not say enough great things about the organization. No mater your position you get to directly contribute to and see the impact of GRID's mission of helping undeserved communities access the benefits of solar.
Without sacrificing a sense of urgency and fast paced work timelines, GRID is able to maintain a relaxed vibe and laid back culture with amazing benefits such as over a month of PTO and flex schedules.
One of the greatest benefits to working at GRID are the opportunities for professional development. In addition to providing employees with a PD budget each year, individuals are encouraged and trained to take on new roles/responsibilities and initiatives.
Overall I think GRID is an exciting and rewarding place to work!
Residential Solar Installer (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – November 20, 2017
A great place to work. My knowledge base was able to expand and the ability to help people was another plus. Changing the source of where a customer obtains their energy and being able to educate them on that was extremely fulfilling.
Volunteer Photovoltaic Installer (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – August 17, 2017
got hands on training on installing a solar array. The leads were friendly and very informative. They taught us how to bend conduit run wire, install racking system. put in innverters mount pannels etc..
Grid Alternatives Volunteer (Former Employee) – Lindsay, CA – July 24, 2017
Overall the job was a good learning experience, but unfortunately only me and a few other volunteers got to really learn because the others weren't 18 and couldn't be on the roof. Everyone else basically learned nothing. however I am grateful that I got to learn.
Solar Installation Trainee (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – July 14, 2017
looking forward to work in a best company and have good leader as Grid SIS with a full 100% to teach any skill to have more ability on giving the best to the company and it can get better at the jobsite.
Community Volunteer Positions (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – June 29, 2017
I had the opportunity to volunteer with this company and have enjoyed each experience. The work is fun and challenging, employees are pleasant and passionate about their work. Lots of room for growth, training, job placement, and advancement.