Cleaner World Lead
Noah realized he was tech savvy when he was taking technology classes in school. This skill came to life when he went to school at the University of Louisville for Computer and Electrical Science Engineering.
Noah’s favorite part of working at Cleaner World Project is engaging with new students and teaching people ways to be environmentally savvy. He hopes to educate others on how to better help the environment and create a more sustainable future. Noah uses his tech skills outside of work to play video games.
Gage is the technology guru at Cleaner World Project. He wants to work to get the various certifications in the IT field. Gage has always been good at fixing things. He was always interested in how things work so if something was broken, he would attempt to fix it if possible.
Gage enjoys creating and helping implement processes that allow others to be more effective in what they do at Cleaner World Project. Gage hopes to further develop his tech skills and help others become more technologically savvy.
Savannah has been passionate about the environment since she was a kid. She graduated from Bellarmine University with a Bachelors in Communications and a minor in Environmental Studies hoping to combine her love for writing and love for the environment.
Savannah started at Cleaner World Project because she wants to feel like she is making a difference in her community. Outside of her time at Cleaner World Project, she enjoys reading, scrapbooking, and collecting fossils.
William went to school at Bellarmine University and graduated with a double major in history and business communications. He started at Cleaner World Project to help those in need of guidance. His favorite part about the job is getting to use technology on a daily basis and have a better understanding of the projects.
William has always been skillful with technology. He discovered his love of tinkering with machines while he was in grade school. William also enjoys music in his freetime, He loves playing the piano and plans to carry this passion with him into the future. He enjoys the community he has found from his love of music.
The next grant session for Americorps members will be August 31, 2023.