About the SEEDS 2022 Home Energy Efficiency Assessment Program
A SEEDS Home Energy Efficiency Assessment will help you conserve energy, improve your home’s comfort level and save money!
Our assessment team will inspect the interior and exterior of your home and provide simple steps and advice for improving your home’s energy efficiency.
The SEEDS Energy Efficiency team is made up of SEEDS adult volunteers and paid local high school students interns. Everyone is trained by a course designed by a certified building analyst professional. Our team is not affiliated with any business, and assessments are fully funded by membership dues and grants, so you can rest assured that you are receiving impartial recommendations for reducing your energy bills and/or fossil-fuel dependency.
Note: While we are trained in energy assessment techniques, we are not certified energy auditors. Our assessments are for educational and informational purposes only.
There are four student positions open for Lackawanna County High School Students to join this program for summer 2022. Expect to work for approximately ten to fifteen hours a week for 8 weeks @ $10.00 per hour, from mid-June through mid-August. Download the student application here.
We are also looking for 4 to 6 adult volunteers from Lackawanna County to serve on our assessment teams. SEEDS will train you. You will also be supervised by an experienced SEEDS assessment team member. You will be reimbursed for mileage @ 14 cents per mile. Expect to participate for approximately 3 hours one to two days a week from mid-June through mid-August. The volunteer application is available here.
Contact TEAAM Coordinator Zoe Spaide at email@example.com with questions and to apply.
The 2022 program is funded in part by the Scranton Area Community Foundation’s Robert H. Spitz Foundation.
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