LEWISTON – Andrew Girouard, a senior at the University of Maine in Orono, has been awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the Saint-Jean-Baptiste Educational Foundation for volunteerism in the community and school.

Majoring in mathematics and secondary education, with a minor in French, Girouard completed his practice teaching at Lisbon High School last semester. He is a graduate of St. Dominic Regional High School, where he was involved in the community service program for four years.

Girouard also volunteered at the Festival de Joie, the Great Falls Balloon Festival and as an offertory collector and piano accompanist at Holy Cross Church. He was a volunteer for the Mission to Mississippi as a senior.

While at Orono, Girouard was treasurer of the Owls Honor Society, a mentor in the Kappa Delta Pi International Educational Honor Society for younger students in the education field and a member of the Maine Mathematics and Science Teaching Excellence Collaborative as well as the Golden Key Honor Society and Pi Lambda Theta International Honor Society. He will attend the University of Maine Graduate School in January.

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