Spots still open at environmental summit
The Center for the Environment at Catawba College’s annual summer program kicks off again in July. Redesigning Our Future: The National Environmental Summit for High School Students will be held July 11-15 on the Catawba campus.
Students in the program will conduct research in focus groups and hear from environmental agencies including the Center for the Environment, the Rocky Mountain Institute, the Environmental Working Group and Yellowstone Forever.
Summit tuition is $490. Tuition covers most of the cost of meals and lodging. Contributions from sponsors help cover the remaining costs of staffing, programming and speakers.
A shuttle to and from Charlotte Douglas International Airport and the Salisbury Train Depot will be provided. All other air and car transportation costs are the responsibility of the student.
Applications are still being accepted. Visit www.centerfortheenvironment.org to apply or for more information.
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