Mr. Dorsey: RCC Summer STEM Camp Director
Mr. Greg Dorsey is the robotics coach, technology lead, and Physics teacher for the Chesapeake Bay Governor's School. He is a Middle Peninsula native with a Masters of Teaching and a B.A. in Physics from the University of Virginia. He taught for the RCC Summer STEM Camp the last 5 years and this is his third year as camp director. The RCC summer camp's topics switch between Engineering design, 3D printing, and Arduino C++ coding.
Mr. Dorsey also teaches for the Virginia Space Grant Consortium. If you are interested in their 8-12th grade NASA programs see this webpage.
Mr. Moore: RCC Network Technician
Mr. Rhett Moore is RCC's Network Administrator and holds a Bachelors in Computer Science with a concentration in Network Security from ECPI University. He has assisted with the RCC summer STEM camp for the last 3 years and thoroughly enjoys working with the kids and teaching them how to bring their ideas to life.
Mr. Moore has been working in Technology the last 8 years and can be found in his spare time working on DIY projects ranging from programming to 3D printing. Currently he has been working on building his own Game Boy style video game emulator from various electronics boards and circuitry.
Ms. Dahlem: Middle School Science Instructor
Ms. Stephanie Dahlem has been the middle school science teacher for Aylett Country Day School for 7 years. She introduced a STEM lab, with a focus in basic coding and computer science, to her curriculum three years ago. She earned her B.S. in Biology at Christopher Newport University.
Stephanie has been assisting with the RCC Summer STEM Camp for 5 years and thoroughly enjoys witnessing the brilliant, young minds of our middle schoolers design and create their projects. She is looking forward to another great experience this year.
Ms. Riley: RCC Nursing Instructor
Ms. Riley has been a registered nurse for 19 years and is currently a Clinical Informatic Specialist at Riverside Health System and is a nursing adjunct instructor for RCC. She graduated from Riverside School of Professional Nursing and later pursued her MSN at Liberty University.
She worked on a cardiac unit for 7 years full-time before transitioning to a labor pool status. She has been teaching nursing in some form since 2007.