Grant Engrav boasts accomplishments in academics, athletics, and his personal life. While excelling at school and sports in recent years, Engrav also found the time to volunteer at non-profit organizations, an activity he still enjoys partaking in. Grant Engrav is a graduate a 2006 graduate of Lake Oswego High School, in Lake Oswego, Oregon. While in high school, he played for the varsity soccer team, and served as Team Captain for two years. Furthermore, from 2000 to 2006, he worked as a referee for the local Lake Oswego Soccer Club. His abilities earned him a place in the Oregon Olympic Development Program, where he was again chosen to be Team Captain. After graduating high school, Engrav continued his education at the University of Hartford in Connecticut, where he performed equally well. Grant Engrav was a defender on the University of Hartford men’s varsity soccer team, in addition to a participant of several intramural sports. After sustaining a hip fracture, however, his collegiate athletic career came to an end. Engrav also excelled in academics while attending the University of Hartford. With a consistent 3.8 grade point average, he made the Dean’s list for four consecutive semesters and gained membership in the National Society of Leadership and Success, an organization that fosters students’ development by allowing them to explore their interests and achieve their goals. Grant Engrav is currently involved in charity work at his local food bank, and previously volunteered as a youth mentor for the United Nations Volunteers at the University of Hartford. In his spare time, he enjoys music and reading.