NH LEGO League Mentor Honored by Meelia Center
Recently for her efforts to support the Manchester School Disctrict, Kerrianne Marino a senior at Saint Anselm College was honored by the Meelia Center for Community Engagement. Her work supporting the NH LEGO League in an effort to help bring the fun of robotics to 4th graders in Manchester was outstanding. Not only did she volunteer her own time, she recruited additional volunteers to support the program as mentors to the students of Manchester.
Kerrianne's supports the Meelia Center as a site coordinator for four sites - Webster House, MC2 (a Manchester charter school), YMCA Strive and Teen Program, and the NH LEGO League, a site that she introduced to the Meelia Center this year. In addition to her LEGO robotics work during the school year she has been working at Tufts University for the past three years and has been surrounded by LEGOs during her time there as well.
She will be attending Tufts University in the fall to pursue a Masters Degree in Human Factors Engineering. On behalf of the NH LEGO League and the Manchester School District we wish Kerrianne the very best, a shinning star in the engineering world aboout to burn very bright.