Future Innovators Camp awards $10K scholarships to 7 high school students

Seven high school students, pitching an idea they called “Yett-e” (self-driving snowplow to help elderly Mainers access necessities), won the Future Innovators Camp pitch competition in Portland and were each awarded $10K of scholarships to attend Thomas College in Waterville. Student winners included Adrian Darlington from Portland High School, Glenn Keene from Bucksport High School, Rishi Duvvuru from Hall-Dale High School in Farmingdale, Stephen Worthley-Argraves from Overman Academy, a community regional charter school in Skowhegan; Turner Fadiman from Kennebunk High School, Wynn Therrien from Bucksport High School, and Zachary Ferioli from Marshwood High School in South Berwick, according to a news release from Thomas College. Read more

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