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Commissioner Bonilla’s Sustainable Science Showcase Includes Scholarship Reward

Attention all Orange County student visionaries and budding environmental advocates. Commissioner Emily Bonilla, in collaboration with Duke Energy, unveiled the Sustainable Science Showcase, slated to grace the stage on April 21st at the Orlando Science Center.




With the theme “Sustainable Solutions for a Greener Tomorrow,” this isn’t just any science fair according to the County Commissioner – it’s an opportunity for Orange County Public Schools (OCPS) high school students to unleash their ingenuity and dedication to a better world.

What’s more, scholarships are up for grabs:

  • 1st Place: $800 Scholarship
  • 2nd Place: $500 Scholarship
  • 3rd Place: $200 Scholarship

“As a passionate advocate for sustainability, I believe in the power of innovative ideas to shape a brighter, greener future,” Orange County Commissioner Emily Bonilla told West Orlando News. “That’s why I’m thrilled to host my Commissioner Emily Bonilla’s Sustainable Science Showcase, with the generous support of Duke Energy. This event isn’t just about science projects and scholarships; it’s about empowering students to become leaders in environmental stewardship and driving positive change in our community.”

Sustainable Science Showcase Orange County Commissioner Emily BonillaTime is of the essence as spots are filling up rapidly. Seize this chance to spotlight your student’s brilliance before it slips away.

The Commissioner’s office also asked local parents if they were prepared to embolden their child to effect real change? Online registration to enroll them can be done online to transform their ideas into action.



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