The Governor's School for Entrepreneurs (GSE) announced the selection of 144 students into the competitive summer program last week. Among those students are two Grant County High School students, Cameron Brown and Megan Million, both sophomores at GCHS. The GSE program is a highly competitive summer program where Kentucky high school students focus on product innovation and business model design.
Hundreds of high school students applied to be part of the GSE experience with participants selected through a competitive process that does not consider GPA or test scores. The application is structured to identify creative problem solvers who want to roll up their sleeves and dive headfirst into creating meaningful and viable solutions through product innovation and business model design. The GSE experience is free for all participants.
We are excited for Cameron and Megan and look forward to seeing the impact this program has on their future!