Locals graduate from Governor’s Institutes of Vermont

Over 400 Vermont high school students attended the Governor’s Institutes of Vermont (GIV) this summer. GIV hosts intensive, hands-on learning experiences for young people on college campuses throughout Vermont. Nine Institutes were held this summer in the following topics: Arts, Asian Cultures, Current Issues & Youth Activism, Engineering, Entrepreneurship, Environmental Science & Technology, Farms, Food & Your Future, Information Technology & Digital Media, and Mathematical Sciences.
The following Shelburne students were 2014 summer GIV graduates:
Sam Birdsall, Engineering
Bailey Bouchard, Arts
Anna Cataldo, Arts
Edward Kent, Engineering
Katherine King, Engineering
Benjamin Langdon, Information Technology
Charlie Maitland, Engineering
Joanna Roth, Arts
Greer Storey, Engineering
The following Hinesburg and Charlotte students were 2014 summer GIV graduates:
Elora Buscher of Hinesburg,    Environmental Science & Technology
Alex Duchac of Charlotte, Environmental Science & Technology
Natalie Franklin of Charlotte, Engineering
Leo Garbose of Charlotte, Arts
Andrew Oliver of Charlotte, Entrepreneurship
Micah    Ranallo of Charlotte, Entrepreneurship
Theodore Turnau of Charlotte, Entrepreneurship
Noa Urbaitel of Charlott, Arts
Students apply to the competitive Governor’s Institutes through their schools. Learn more at www.giv.org, or call (802) 865-4448 if you have any questions.