CNHS Junior Wins EF Tours Global Citizen Scholarship Award
Colts Neck High School’s Francesca Edralin has a few thoughts on finding sustainable solutions to food production and consumption issues.
Francesca, a junior, submitted her ideas to the Education First (EF) Global Citizen Scholarship program through an online video submission. She is one of 17 high school students selected from around the country to travel to Italy this summer for the Global Leadership Summit addressing the future of food. These students will collaborate with other globally-minded students at a two-day conference to design solutions to help feed our growing world. Participants will also be competing for a chance to have their idea featured in the Nobel Museum in Stockholm, Sweden.
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