To engage kids in hands-on education as a way to build motor, problem solving, and social skills; Instilling curiosity, self confidence, and a sense of social responsibility
ReuSol’s passion is based on 3 things
Making Education Fun
Remember when you had that crazy teacher who made learning fun? Our programs follow that lead. They’re interactive and built around creativity. We focus on hands-on problem solving activities to keep everyone engaged and having fun. We are sure you’ll agree, that’s by far the best way to learn anything!
We educate and empower students by teaching them how to build solar projects (cookers and water distillers) out of neglected items and trash. Being resourceful is a great quality, and instilling an ideology of reusing and recycling within students at an early age empowers them to facilitate change. After our workshops students are prepared and eager to explore the possibilities of creating sustainable solutions on their own.
Making a Difference
We believe we were put on this planet to make a difference, and that is exactly what we do in the United States and all around the world. We gain satisfaction from knowing that whatever path in life your child chooses, we’ve given them important tools to make positive changes.
We believe in helping others through teaching hands-on problem solving. We also believe in making education fun and interactive. At ReuSol we educate and empower students by showing them how to build solar cookers and water distillers out of neglected items and trash. By instilling this ideology of reuse and recycle within students at an early age, we empower them to facilitate change on their own
We started ReuSol out of a love for sustainability, education, and making things. Dan first fell in love with solar cooking when he was hired to design a bag that doubles as a solar cooker. Always passionate about helping people, Dan volunteered at Long Way Home, a Non-Profit Organization, building a school in Guatemala out of discarded and sustainable materials. After traveling throughout Latin America and seeing first-hand how people live and the abundance of trash on the side of the road, Dan decided to draw from those first-hand experiences and marry his passions together.