National Summer Transportation Institute

The summer camp that takes you places!

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2017 NSTI Information and Registration

2017 NSTI High School Schedule

2017 Middle School Schedule

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The National Summer Transportation Institute (NSTI) is an intensive summer program sponsored by the Vermont Agency of Transportation and Federal Highway Administration. The Institute seeks to aid in developing a diverse and robust workforce for the transportation industry by exposing students to transportation careers. 
 
NSTI is:

  • A hands-on exploration of our transportation systems.
  • Exploring career opportunities and developing new skills.
  • Learning in the classroom, in group settings, the lab, and on field trips.
    • Field trips have included the Burlington Airport, a trip on an Amtrak train, Agency of Transportation Headquarters, Bridge Construction sites, and a historic boat trip on Lake Champlain

Middle School Students
Students get a taste of the college experience, in the classroom, on the campus, on field trips, and with transportation professionals and professors each day.

High School Students
Students spend their time with college professors and transportation professionals in the classroom, on field trips,  and complete the college experience staying on campus eating, learning, playing & sleeping in dormitories at a Vermont State College.  

Learn more and to register now visit:  vtc.edu/summer 

It is the policy of the VT NSTI program to encourage applications from students of diverse backgrounds. The broad range of interests and abilities of our participants promotes a rich multicultural experience for our students.
 


For More Information Contact:

Maureen Hebert
MHebert@vtc.vsc.edu
VT Technical College
NSTI Camp Leader
Tel: (802) 879-2336

And Morse
And.Morse@vermont.gov
VT Agency of Transportation
NSTI Program Manager
Tel: (802) 505-1329
 

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