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IEA Welcomed at Brophy College Preparatory

September 5, 2011 | By | 2 Replies More
IEA Welcomed at Brophy College Preparatory

This past week at Brophy College Preparatory (Phoenix, Arizona), students attended the annual Club Fair. They were met with a myriad of  student and faculty led extracurricular organizations ranging from The National Arts Honor Society to the Gourmet Cooking Club. Of course, joining the showcase roster was the IEA.  The IEA has officially established itself […]

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SVC New Energy Club

September 1, 2011 | By | 7 Replies More

Hi everyone, I am excited to start an energy club at SVCS. Nicole and I are planning on starting a club that will bring awareness and also create a desire in our peers to figure out ways to conserve money and start advocating renewable and sustainable energy sources. I found this really cool website that […]

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Help Schools Save Energy and Save Big Money

August 30, 2011 | By | Reply More

Hello! I am starting an energy club at Saddleback Valley Christian School. I have done some research and I found this very informative website: http://www.consumerenergycenter.org/tips/schools.html According to this website,California schools spend $700 million a year (about 3% of their budget) on energy. That is a lot of money spent on energy. I hope to find […]

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Time for Energy Clubs to Plan

August 23, 2011 | By | Reply More
Time for Energy Clubs to Plan

The Alliance has been working all summer getting ready for the fall. Whether you are starting a new club, or carrying on with an existing club, it’s time to start planning.

Existing clubs, it’s a good time of the year to meet with your key members, or even all members to set goals for the upcoming year. Planning now will give you the momentum you need for a good year. Remember, it’s not just about having a club. It’s about having a club that has accomplishments. Getting your members together to plan goals now will help your members budget their time in the rest of their activities. If you start too late, you may find that your members have all their

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