Governor's Institutes of Vermont Invites Applications from Vermont High School Students
Thursday, March 7, 2019
Posted by: Jeff Couture
High school students from Vermont looking to boost their skills and gain college experience this summer should apply now to the Governor’s Institutes of Vermont (GIV) for fun intensive study opportunities on Vermont college campuses in a wide range of subjects, including tech.
Vermont 9th-11th graders will spend 1-2 weeks completely immersed in a topic they love, work alongside industry-leading professionals, and make new friends from all over the state who share their interests - all while experiencing life on a college campus. GIV's eleven summer Institutes span the Arts & Humanities, STEM, and Business. Technology-oriented Institute topics include:
Technology, Design & Coding
Champlain College, Burlington, VT | June 23 – July 1
Environmental Science & Technology
University of Vermont, Burlington, VT | July 21 – July 27
Norwich University, Northfield, VT | June 23 – June 29
Architecture, Design & Building
Norwich University, Northfield, VT | July 7 – July 13
Vermont Technical College, Randolph, VT | July 6 - July 12
NVU - Lyndon Campus, Lyndonville, VT | July 21 – July 27
University of Vermont, Burlington, VT | June 23 – June 28
GIV is dedicated to being accessible for all young Vermonters who want to attend a Governor's Institute, so we have a sliding scale tuition that will make affordable for you and your family!
Applications are open now and close throughout March. Visit www.giv.org/applynow to apply. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 802-865-4448, or visit www.giv.org.