LEGO Recruits Students at Career Center

Meredith Rogerson '11 examines the detail on an 8-foot-long Star Destroyer from the Star Wars movies. The starship, built completely of LEGOs, was on display in the Career Resource Center Sept. 15-19.

Meredith Rogerson ’11 examines the detail on an 8-foot-long Star Destroyer from the Star Wars movies. The starship, built completely of LEGOs, was on display in the Career Center Sept. 15-19, 2008.

The LEGO company set up a play table, video display, two LEGO statues to encourage students to apply for LEGO internships or post-college positions. Locally, LEGO is based in Enfield, Conn. LEGO representatives will be on-campus Sept. 25 for an information session about their available positions and careers.

The LEGO company set up a play table, video display, two LEGO statues to encourage students to apply for LEGO internships or post-college positions. Locally, LEGO is based in Enfield, Conn. LEGO representatives will be on-campus Sept. 25 for an information session about their available positions and careers.

Tom Hennessey, 9, checks out the LEGO detail in a motorcycle, on display in the CRC.

Tom Hennessey, 9, checks out the LEGO detail in a motorcycle, on display in the Career Center.

Lucas Rode, 2, plays at the LEGO table. (Photos by Olivia Bartlett and Intisar Abioto '09)

Lucas Rode, 2, plays at the LEGO table. (Photos by Olivia Drake and Intisar Abioto ’09)