• October 2019

  • Roshan Patel 

    Roshan Patel is currently a senior studying Civil/Mechanical Engineering at the Middlesex County Academy. In school, he is the captain of the Varsity soccer team, captain of the Physics League, editor for the school newspaper, The Eagle Eye, and serves as a peer mentor. Out of school, Roshan is a lead volunteer for Help Them Grow and coordinates fundraising to provide education for underprivileged children. In addition, he spends time volunteering and working with the elderly at a nursing home where he likes to assist seniors in the use of technology. Roshan is a 3rd-degree black belt in Taekwondo and his interests also include playing basketball with his friends, watching his favorite TV show The Office, and riding with the local EMS. Roshan hopes to study medicine and become a physician. After college, Roshan wants to use his knowledge and skills to help those in need.

  • Ryan Shah

    Ryan Shah is a senior at the Middlesex County Academy where he majors in Civil/Mechanical Engineering. He is currently President of the Academy’s Interact Club and is also very involved with National Honors Society, Safety Ambassadors, Student Leadership Committee, Spanish Honors Society, and Rotary Youth for a Better World. Some of his interests include economics, debate, linguistics, photography, and, of course, community service. In his free time, he likes to watch foreign tv and movies (especially telenovelas), listen to music, and hang out with friends. Ryan hopes to major in economics with a focus on global development policy.


  • Serena Zeng

    Serena Zeng is a senior at the Middlesex County Academy for Science Mathematics and Engineering Technologies. She is in the electrical and computer engineering track and hopes to pursue computer science next year in college. Outside of academics, Serena is the president of her school’s bioengineering club and enjoys competing in her school’s Science Olympiad team which she leads as captain. Through her high school career, Serena has devoted much of her efforts to bringing early STEM education to students in her community by hosting hackathons and programs in her library and various schools.