Modeled after the Master Gardeners program, candidates receive comprehensive energy efficiency training and then volunteer at a variety of service projects that will provide opportunities for volunteers to hone their skills and develop their expertise so that they can comfortably and confidently serve the community.
The next training will take place in October/November 2020 and applications will be available this spring.
* All are welcome and encouraged to participate in this program, regardless of financial means. If the registration fee is a barrier to your participation, please contact us. Registration fee not required for student volunteers.
** Background check is required for participation. Once accepted into the program, each community volunteer will submit a secure online form to initiate a background check. Payment of $9.95 must be made online at the time of submission. Background check is not required for student volunteers.
Over a seven-week period during October and November, candidates will participate in a series of classroom training sessions on evenings and one hands-on Saturday field-work session.
Specifically, volunteers will learn how to:
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“I learned a great deal from the training provided by EcoAction Arlington and Conway Energy. Most importantly, I learned numerous ways to make my home more energy efficient.”
Janine Bergin, Arlington, Virginia
The Energy Masters program was a great introduction to the energy efficiency, building science, and weatherization fields. Implementing projects in the local community was a rewarding way to utilize the knowledge and skills we gained in the training sessions.
Chris Wagner, Washington, D.C.