National Environmental Summit: Learning to Use Talents to Make a Difference
July 13, 2012
High school students from across the country converged on the Catawba College campus in Salisbury on July 9 to explore how they can use their interests and talents to make a difference in the world.
Several local students are participating at the summit: Emily Boone of Kannapolis, Zahra Khan of China Grove, Tnequa Watkins of Landis, and Zhane Goodlett, Emma Labovitz and Brendan Smith of Salisbury.
They are part of the second National Environmental Summit for High School Students, a partnership of the Center for the Environment at Catawba and Rocky Mountain Institute of Colorado. Read more...
FULL STORY: National Environmental Summit: Learning to Use Talents to Make a Difference (CharlotteObserver.com)
BLOG: Redesigning Our Future (by Students Attending Summit)