BRVGS Seniors Create Podcast 
Friday, December 21, 2018 at 8:58AM
Marc Carraway, Director

Three BRVGS seniors from Louisa County High School have participated in an international podcast project called "Nevertheless," which focuses on technology, women in STEM and education.  Nevertheless, which is produced by Pearson, is described as "...a series (that) celebrates women both inside and outside of Pearson who are using technology to transform teaching and learning and improve outcomes for students."

As part of their BRVGS senior internship projects, Sophie Ashburn, Ethan LaBelle and Justin Mundie wrote and recorded a scenario about a nuclear meltdown as one scene in a 3-part podcast published this week.  Producers of the series were impresssed and appreciative of the efforts of all three of these students. 

The episode can be heard by going to https://medium.com/nevertheless-podcast/episode-10-student-takeover-our-lives-and-tech-5068cf7a7b3e.  BRVGS is proud of the work and effortss reat work by these students!  

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