Soboba Band of Luiseño IndiansSeven Noli Indian School students recently completed a job-training program sponsored by GRID Alternatives. From left, Gilbert Vallejo, Raymond Barsz, Erika Modesto, Steve Medina, Sabrina Smestad, Jesy Sigler, Noli science teacher Jay Dagostino and Gabriel Gomez. Learning about solar power sparks future jobs ■ By Mike Hiles / Contributed Seven Noli Indian High School students learned about sustainable energy through GRID Alternatives Inland Empire, a nonprofit solar contractor, and its innovative Solar Futures program. As part of teacher Jay Dagostino’s environmental science and alternative energy class, students were given the information needed to install photovoltaic solar panels at two build sites on the Soboba Reservation. Raymond Barsz,

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