PODyssey of the Mind

Makers, Take the Stage! Anna, Leah, Melody, Natalie, Nikki, Ruby, and Coach McGee

July 22, 2020 Pennsylvania Odyssey of the Mind - Creativity Unlimited in PA Episode 6
PODyssey of the Mind
Makers, Take the Stage! Anna, Leah, Melody, Natalie, Nikki, Ruby, and Coach McGee
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PODyssey of the Mind
Makers, Take the Stage! Anna, Leah, Melody, Natalie, Nikki, Ruby, and Coach McGee
Jul 22, 2020 Episode 6
Pennsylvania Odyssey of the Mind - Creativity Unlimited in PA

Are they coaches, or are they OMers? The answer is – both! 

We caught up with a team of 11th grade OMers who run a creative problem-solving summer camp called "Makers, Take the Stage!" in western Pennsylvania. It's a mini version of Odyssey of the Mind that the students came up with a few years ago when they didn't want the fun to stop after competing. 

From Mt. Lebanon High School in western Pennsylvania, we're joined by Nikki LaSota, Anna Mares, Natalie McGee, Melody Reynolds, Ruby Siefken, Leah Vuillemot, and their coach Kerry McGee. 

They discuss the genesis of "Makers, Take the Stage!" and some of the things they've learned from the younger students they mentor. They also discuss their experiences as OMers, having competed in nearly every different long-term problem and applying their skills in unique, Ranatra-worthy ways.

Support the show (http://www.paodyssey.com/podcast)

Show Notes

Are they coaches, or are they OMers? The answer is – both! 

We caught up with a team of 11th grade OMers who run a creative problem-solving summer camp called "Makers, Take the Stage!" in western Pennsylvania. It's a mini version of Odyssey of the Mind that the students came up with a few years ago when they didn't want the fun to stop after competing. 

From Mt. Lebanon High School in western Pennsylvania, we're joined by Nikki LaSota, Anna Mares, Natalie McGee, Melody Reynolds, Ruby Siefken, Leah Vuillemot, and their coach Kerry McGee. 

They discuss the genesis of "Makers, Take the Stage!" and some of the things they've learned from the younger students they mentor. They also discuss their experiences as OMers, having competed in nearly every different long-term problem and applying their skills in unique, Ranatra-worthy ways.

Support the show (http://www.paodyssey.com/podcast)