Governor's summer entrepreneur program selects 11 from local schools

When NKU plays host this summer to the statewide Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs, 11 students from NKY high schools will be among the 72 students selected from around the state to participate.

GSE is a three-week summer program that more than 300 students applied to be a part of. This year marks the highest enrollment for GSE, taking place at NKU from June 23 to July 13. Through GSE, students learn firsthand about the opportunities, benefits and pitfalls of launching a business concept from the idea phase to pitching it to potential investors.

Local students who were selected include:

  • Isabelle Bailey, a junior at Notre Dame Academy
  • Phoebe Boyle, a junior at Notre Dame Academy
  • Molly Bucher, a junior at Highlands High School
  • Madison Duvall, a sophomore at Owen County High School
  • Megan Farney, a junior at Highlands High School
  • David Herfel, a junior at Highlands High School
  • Kate Joyce, a junior at Notre Dame High School
  • Molly Kleier, a junior at Notre Dame Academy
  • Lizzy Roeding, a junior at Highlands High School
  • Briana Seibert, a junior at Notre Dame Academy
  • Shabnam Tursunova, a junior at Randy Cooper High School

For additional details about this program, view this release from NKU.

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