As part of its mandate, ELSE continues to develop opportunities that help to promote advocacy, further develop renewable energy skills and knowledge as well as to engage its members with the industry. Through ELSE Programs, members are able to connect directly with the industry through both one-on-one connections as well as keeping on top of industry trends and technologies.
Currently, ELSE runs two programs: the Solar Ambassadors Program and the Mentorship Program.
The Solar Ambassadors Program (SAP) is directed at supporting its fellow solar and renewable energy advocates throughout secondary institutions across Canada. ELSE provides its SA’s with the tools required to run events and advocacy campaigns on campus. To learn more about SAP, click here.
The Mentorship Program is designed to give students and upcoming professionals an opportunity to engage with and learn from our industry’s leaders. Through an online forum, ELSE members can browse through a list of industry Mentors and select to meet with one in person or through teleconferencing. To learn more about the Mentorship Program, click here.