DW Green Institute Inc., Green School

Youth and Business Initiatives

DW Green Institute Inc., Green School offers energy and environment consultancy services on the east coast and internationally.

Youth Initiative Energy and Environment Program

There is a sense of urgency for change regarding environmental issues in the United States and abroad. However, for change to occur, tomorrow’s scientists and engineers (today’s youth) need to be educated in areas such as science and engineering.


Unfortunately, American youth are not adequately educated in areas that are critical to environmental science. The DW Communications & Media’s Youth Initiative Energy & Environment Program (DW) was founded to remedy this situation.


Specifically, the mission of the DW Green Institute Inc. is to increase awareness and understanding of energy and the environment in our nation’s youth through the use of innovative education and communication strategies. We are currently working with schools and communities to expose young people to careers in one of these three fields: engineering, science, and media.


The program’s cornerstone is a specially tailored curriculum, field presentations, and hands-on experience. There are also other activities, workshops, field trips, and job shadowing opportunities, which all allow our students to receive personal exposure to their field of interest.


Our program brings young people to the world of sound environmental practices, alternative energy resources, and various areas within the fields of engineering, science, and the arena of media production.


Our aim at DW Green Institute Inc. is to expose each student to the sciences, to enhance their environmental awareness, to teach them to become proactive regarding environmental issues, and to enlighten them on career alternatives and higher education options. Our core value mirrors those of all education – to better prepare students for their futures in the workplace.


In DW Green Institute Inc.’s focus area of the environment, we feel that students need to learn about:


            1.The heavy environmental challenges that currently face our planet which are rapidly increasing;

            2.The impact of current technology on those challenges; and

            3.The need for improvement of current technology using research and development to meet those challenges.

Sparking an Interest in Science Education


Our approaches increase student participation by drawing the student into the actual world of environmental problems and possible solutions. By talking to environmental experts and witnessing firsthand what the issues are, students become more motivated and excited at the prospect of making a difference. This also allows for increased self-esteem, enhanced decision-making skills, and self-development.


DW Green Institute Inc. aims to serve as a role model and reinforcement for positive living outcomes. However, we are aware that not all students learn at the same pace or level, so our program enhances the current school curriculum by taking students out of the classroom. We give them field experience, which may not be available in a traditional classroom setting.


However, limited funding creates challenges for supplemental programs such as ours. Funding for teacher development and support, materials, and transportation is needed. Thus, support from foundations, companies, parents, community stakeholders, and others is critical to the success of our program and, ultimately, the success of our students, and hopefully, the future success of our global environment.




Doreen Williams

Founder and President

Green School


Business Initiative Energy and Environment Program

The focus on energy and the environment is at the forefront for consumers, business owners, and industry leaders. In 2009, the Prince George's Chamber of Commerce teamed with DW Communications & Media and the Youth Initiative Energy & Environment Program (YIEEP) to begin the process of incorporating Green Practices.


Doreen Williams, President of DW Communications & Media and the Green School partnered with the Chamber team to serve as the Chamber's Environmental Education Executive Director.


Our mission is to educate members and citizens on the steps that can be taken to incorporate Green Practices in their business and offices.

For additional information on the "YIEEP" Initiative or to register your child for the program, please contact us in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. 

Green School NSBE Jr.: National Society of Black Engineers


The Pre-College Initiative (PCI) program is designed to stimulate interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields. The goal is to encourage students in grades K–12 to attend college and pursue technical degrees in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.


Our PCI program provides activities that help students discover the relationship between engineering and technology to the world around them. We want them to discover the excitement of academic excellence, leadership, technical development and teamwork.


Join today and start your membership benefits. NSBE Scholarships are currently being accepted. For additional information, contact us. 

Additional Organizations/Memberships:

1.Society of Women Engineers (SWE) - The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is a not-for-profit educational and service organization that empowers females of all ages to succeed and advance in the field of engineering. Women are recognized for their significant contributions as engineers and leaders.

2.Women in Film and Video - United in making the highest quality productions available, these are professionals, students, organizations, and dedicated women who support, envision, write, direct, participate in and produce in the television and movie industry. We are the talent and production people that make visions come to life.

3.National Society of Black Journalist - The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) is an organization of journalists, students, and media-related professionals. They provide quality programs and services to and advocates on behalf of black journalists worldwide. It is the largest organization of journalists of color in the country.

Green Workforce Development Training

Solar Photovoltaic Power Training

Course Description: 16 Sessions

Industry Level Program


This course follows the scope and objectives for NABCEP PV entry-level programs i.e. Introduction to Photovoltaic Systems, solar radiation, site surveys and pre-planning, system components and configuration, cells, modules and arrays, batteries, charge controllers, inverters, system sizing, mechanical integration, electrical integration, commissioning maintenance, and troubleshooting along with the final exam.

All courses will include theory as well as practical experience.


Green Construction

Course Description: 16 Sessions

Industry Level Program


This course focuses on the fundamentals of Construction and Deconstruction. It includes blueprints, types of construction, safety requirements, trade/labor, inspections/permits, and certification. It focuses on the importance of energy analysis and weatherization.

Deconstruction will explore the importance of extending the life cycle of building materials and the importance of dismantling commercial and residential sites with an emphasis on sustainability and green buildings for recycling use.


Weatherization: Energy Analysis

Course Description: 16 Sessions

Industry Level Program


This course provides candidates with the skills necessary to implement measures to tighten the building envelope, to reduce energy loss from air leakage, and to reduce pollutants/allergens through air migration.


It provides techniques to improve thermal comfort and energy efficiency through the proper installation of dense-pack insulation materials. This course is mostly hands-on and teaches students how to properly retrofit a home as part of a weatherization or retrofit crew.


For additional information on courses, please call 301-537-4362 or send us an email at [email protected].

Global Humanitarian Chamber of Commerce


The mission of the Global Humanitarian Chamber of Commerce is to focus on issues that are impacting our communities on a local and global level. We aim to spark dialogue that will assist in bringing awareness, education, and understanding of the business community in order to promote economic sustainability.  

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