This is Mission: DICE, where we aim to Design, Innovate, Create, and Educate. Our goal is to bring the knowledge of 3D modeling to students of grades 4-9. We do this by conducting interesting and interactive workshops where we explore the possibilities when art and technology come together. We would love to work with libraries, schools, and individuals to set up workshops and introduce the love for technology in our communities.
Founder and Instructor
Hi! I founded Mission: DICE to spread my love for technology and creativity. I’ve spent many summers at the Makers Space at the Piscataway Library learning from my mentor, Doug Baldwin and his team. It is now time for me to give back to the community. Being exposed to new technologies at a very young age lit a spark in me that has given me a passion for engineering. With the help of Mission: DICE, I intend on passing that spark on to other students.
I am currently in 11th grade at the Middlesex County Academy for Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Technologies. I have competed in the RobocupJunior National competitions for 3 years through Storming Robots using C++, Python, Arduino, and Raspberry Pi. I have been a part of my school’s Science Olympiad team since middle school. I am a recipient of the Gold Level President's Volunteer Service Award. I enjoy coding and also have experience with various 3D modeling software like Blender, Tinkercad, Autodesk Inventor, OpenSCAD, and others. I have been volunteering to run workshops for the past 2 years. In my free time, I like to play violin and act onstage.
Mission: DICE is a proud recipient of grants from the following organizations.
Mission: DICE has partnered with these libraries and organizations to conduct workshops.