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STEM Careers Google Hangouts for Students - ORPC Spotlight

  • Friday, May 08, 2020
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM


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Live stream recording can be found HERE

Meet E2Tech environmental & energy leaders and learn how they got their start in STEM careers! This week, featuring Melozi Scott, Ocean Engineer, and Kerry Strout Grantham, Development Service Manager, both from E2Tech Sustaining Members ORPC. 

A native of Nome, Alaska, Melozi Scott comes to ORPC with a background in naval architecture, offshore structural engineering, and maritime guidelines and regulations. A graduate of Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Ocean and Coastal Engineering. Her work with ORPC focuses on mooring system designs for the RivGen® and TidGen® Power Systems and maritime certifications and approvals.

Kerry Strout Grantham provides support for environmental permitting, project licensing, schedules and deadlines, and community outreach as ORPC’s development services manager. A native of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, she brings a diverse background in public and private sector work in renewable energy, sustainability initiatives and environmental policy development. Kerry has a BA in Environmental Science and Policy from the University of Southern Maine and an MS in Resource Management and Administration from Antioch University New England.


ORPC improves people’s lives, and their environment, through sustainable energy solutions. Constantly pushing the boundaries of innovation, ORPC brings marine renewable energy technology and project development solutions to its community and industrial partners, specializing in microgrid to utility-scale river and tidal energy applications, and underwater mobile power supplies for offshore energy applications. With a growth-oriented business model and an engaged workforce committed to collaboration with all stakeholders and customers, ORPC delivers practical, high performing, sustainable solutions that provide clean, affordable energy while ensuring positive economic results for all. (

An informal discussion led by E2Tech Executive Director Marty Grohman, aimed at students grades 5-12 interested in STEM careers. Wrap up your week of online learning by asking Melozi and Kerry how they got into these exciting fields!

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This event is FREE for all attendees.

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