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This week-long residential Institute is for Vermont high school students in grades 9-11 who are passionate about environmental issues and want to investigate the human impact on Vermont's environment. Through hands-on exploration of the soil, water and air, lab analysis with state-of-the-art resources, and field research alongside professional experts, students explore how scientists understand human interactions with our planet. Students also gain exposure to scientific careers through guest speakers, career night, and field trips to local businesses and facilities that manage environmental systems. Students apply for the Governor's Institute on Environmental Science & Technology at www.giv.org. Rising juniors and seniors may be eligible to obtain college credit upon completion of the program using their dual enrollment vouchers. Interested students should register for credit here by June 15, 2015. Acceptance to the Governor's Institute on Environmental Science & Technology is a pre-requisite. Some additional coursework may be required. Call (802) 865-4448 for more information on the Governor's Institutes.
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Dates: June 15 - July 10, 2015; Class Meeting: June 21 - 27 Mon - Fri 8 AM - 4:30 PM WITH SOME EVENING SESSIONS; Residental program; Pre and post course work will be assigned; Prereq: Must be accepted by Governor's Institute; Instructor permission required; Title: Governor's Institute on Environmental Science & Technology
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