Tech News Summary:
- Kyler George, standout athlete from Oak Glen High School, has signed his letter of intent to attend West Virginia University Institute of Technology (WVU Tech) for his academic and athletic goals.
- Kyler is a multi-sport athlete who excels in both football and track, demonstrating impressive speed and agility as a wide receiver and defensive back, as well as a sprinter.
- Kyler chose WVU Tech for its strong academic programs, competitive athletics, and winning team values of teamwork and discipline. He credits his family, coaches, teammates, and community for their support throughout his high school career.
West Virginia University Institute of Technology (WVU Tech) welcomes George, a young man from Oak Glen, Virginia, who has big dreams and an inspirational story to share.
Growing up in a small town, George faced many challenges such as poverty, limited educational resources, and the lack of opportunities. But he refused to let his circumstances define him, and instead, he worked hard to break the mold.
With his hard work and determination, George was able to graduate high school with top honors. He then applied to WVU Tech, one of the premiere institutions in the area, and was accepted with a full scholarship.
George’s story has touched the hearts of many at WVU Tech, where he continues to excel academically while inspiring and mentoring his fellow students. He has even started a program to help disadvantaged high school students in his community apply to college and seek scholarships.
“George is an example to all of us that no matter where you come from or what challenges you face, you can achieve your dreams with hard work and perseverance,” said Dr. Carolyn Long, president of WVU Tech.
With his eyes set on a successful career in engineering, George is grateful for the support he has received during his time at WVU Tech and is determined to use his degree to give back to his community and help others achieve their dreams.
This is a story of resilience, determination, and the power of education to transform lives. WVU Tech is honored to have George as a student, and we look forward to seeing him achieve his dreams and make a positive impact in the world.