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Charging Minds

Building Robot Vehicle
Building Robot Vehicle

Summer Camp & After School Programs

Our young campers will participate in a hands-on, project-based learning program centered around Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Students will learn about the basic components of an electric circuit and put one together. Our older campers will build, program, troubleshoot, and even drive an electric go kart!

Youth Mentorship & Training

Training program that provides youth with the skills necessary for a career in the field of electric mobility  including electric motors, battery technology, solar, engineering, coding/programming, welding, and general automotive concept and design.

Fixing a Toycar
Teacher and Students in Science Class
Electric Grinder

Workshops for Kids and Adults

Classroom Instruction
Hands-On Shop Experience



Electric Vehicle Conversion

Solar Power

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Purchase these products linked on our website through Amazon Affiliates, and a percentage of the proceeds will go back to EVLC and support our work. Thank you for your support and happy creating!

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Volunteer Opportunities

Position Title:

Administrative Volunteer


Flexible Mon-Thurs


Assist with paperwork

Position Title:

Event Volunteer


4 hours Mon-Thurs

for week of 10/27


Assist with tabling and registration

E​VLC would not be where it is today without our wonderful volunteers who make it all possible. Please join us in appreciating our volunteers and all their hard work!


If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out the form below. We provide volunteer opportunities to people in the community who wish to support our mission and create memorable experiences with like-minded individuals.

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Volunteer Spotlight

Tom Summers (Abuelo Tom)

Since EVLC’s formation in 2019, Tom, or “Abuelo Tom” as he’s known around the learning center, has been a valued volunteer. Tom chose to devote time to EVLC because of two things: he saw the need and he saw the opportunity for EV education. Following a varied career and passion for travel, he has always been a “car guy”, and he maintained an interest in electrification of VW’s and cars in general.


In his free time, he continues to work on environmental initiatives, such as San Diego Community Power, with his goal of making energy sustainable and accessible to the public. He loves the people at EVLC and the tight-knit family culture and cohesion that we have here. An interesting fact about Tom is that he was a tugboat engineer, a ship’s engineer, and has traveled through the Panama Canal 46 times.

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