CVIT/GCC E&I Students are, from left: Christopher Villverde-Superior High School, Jacob Chism-Miami High School, Morgan Evans-Miami High School, Miraiah Willhite-Miami High School, Timoteo Munoz-Miami High School, Logan Walker-Miami High School, Frank Struck-Globe High School, Anthony Rivera-Globe High School, Stephen Vines-Miami High School, Brendan Colleman-Globe High School, Robert Comstock-Miami High School and Joseph Jost-Globe High School. Not pictured is Mia Techu-Globe High School. (Submitted photo)

CVIT/GCC E&I Students are, from left: Christopher Villverde-Superior High School, Jacob Chism-Miami High School, Morgan Evans-Miami High School, Miraiah Willhite-Miami High School, Timoteo Munoz-Miami High School, Logan Walker-Miami High School, Frank Struck-Globe High School, Anthony Rivera-Globe High School, Stephen Vines-Miami High School, Brendan Colleman-Globe High School, Robert Comstock-Miami High School and Joseph Jost-Globe High School. Not pictured is Mia Techu-Globe High School. (Submitted photo)

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