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Meet the Team

Wentworth's Pre-college Programs help middle school and high school students explore their passions while indulging their curiosities about Science, Technology, Engineering, Design, and Mathematics. Our programs provide high-quality enrichment opportunities for students and families—with a special emphasis on increasing interest and access for youth interested in STEM. 

Learn more about our team below. For general information, please contact our office at 617-989-4000 or and our staff will be happy to assist you.

Sue Sontgerath (she/her) 

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Director of Pre-college Programs & Strategic Enrollment Outreach

Phone: 617-989-4396

Sue Sontgerath is the Director of Pre-college Programs and Strategic Enrollment Outreach.  As Director, Sue is responsible for the development and delivery of enrollment STEM outreach programs including our signature program ImpactLab. Sue has over 15 years of experience in informal STEM outreach programs and is committed to ensuring every student has an opportunity to explore careers in STEM.

Sue is a passionate advocate for advancing women in STEM and has several publications related to developing engineering curricula for middle school students and encouraging women in engineering. Sue holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from WPI and an M. Ed from Worcester State College.

Andreas Armenis (he/him)

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Associate Director of Pre-college Programs
Phone: 617-989-4003

Andreas Armenis is the Associate Director of Pre-college Programs. In his role, he works to support the team in a variety of functional areas including marketing and communication, staffing and development, and overall summer program operations. He has served in a higher education setting in a variety of capacities, including residence life, student involvement, leadership development, and multicultural affairs.

Andreas earned a master's degree in Human Development & Family Studies with a concentration in College Student Personnel from the University of Rhode Island and a bachelor's in International Business Management from Bryant University. He is a dedicated developmentalist committed to the growth and advancement of outreach initiatives for K-12 students interested in STEM with a strong focus on equity and inclusion.