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.
Workshops for Kids and Adults
Hands-On Shop Experience
Electric Vehicle Conversion
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Assist with paperwork
4 hours Mon-Thurs
for week of 10/27
Assist with tabling and registration
EVLC 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.
Ron Grosinger (Mr. G)
Ron, or Mr. G, as his students call him, is both an instructor and volunteer at EVLC. He has been volunteering with us since 2020; when Mr. G was introduced to EVLC through EV West, and it fit perfectly because he focuses on electric vehicles in the high school shop class he teaches. Back in 2008, Ron was able to learn about electric conversions, and he has been inspired to give back by teaching the next generation.
In his home state, New Jersey, Mr. G teaches a high school auto shop and has a small business, "Mr. G's Workshop" for teaching adults. Ironically, he never got to take shop in high school as they are increasingly rare, but now he gets to share his skills and knowledge with his students. During the summers, he comes back to San Diego, the epicenter of EV conversions, and in the winter if it's snowing-he's skiing!