Note: At this time, we are not taking new registrations.
First, Sign Up for the One Million Students Program!
Whether you are a teacher, student, parent or school staff, you can sign up a local school for our program and we’ll get in touch to make it happen! Just take about 15 minutes to complete the online application .
- Teachers benefit by getting a hand from SunPower Employees and ready-made teaching materials, parent volunteers, and access to One Million Lights inspiring stories.
- Students’ benefit by gaining awareness of global issues and a unique and fun learning experience.
- SunPower Employees benefit by taking a proactive role in their community on issues they are passionate about.
- One Million Lights benefits by advancing its mission of expanding awareness around global issue of energy and education of safer, cleaner and renewable alternatives.
Three things you can do right now:
- Spread the word
Donate to the One Million Students Program as we work to bring environmental education on solar to 1,000,000 students around the world.
- Learn more
Explore these sites:
Global Ambassador Stories
Read inspiring stories about students who became global ambassadors for light.
100 People Under the Sun
Read stories about solar energy that have been provided by students and individuals
from around the world.
GLOBE involves students from over 80 countries in collecting local environmental data.
Observations are shared between schools and with scientists via the Internet.
U.N. Environment Program magazine for young people that focuses on topics related to
sustainable living. Read articles written by and for teens around the world.
The Green Squad
This NRDC website (also available in Spanish) shows students how to identify and solve environmental problems. Guided by four environmentally conscious students known as the “Green Squad,” students can explore a virtual school, and use the mouse to locate potential hazards. The teacher room offers a wide range of fact sheets and environmental resources.
Dr. E’s Energy Lab
A monkey named Dr. E will teach you about renewable energy and energy efficiency at this U.S. Department of Energy site. Dr. E offers up online resources for everything from alternative fuels to solar energy.
- Give Feedback!
Help One Million Students by giving feedback about our curriculum! If you’ve been a part of our pilot program, please fill out this Student Evaluation Form.