What kind of shirt does a future engineer wear?

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How do you launch a career from a paper plate?

At Divisionals across the state, TAME Students showed us how.

We keep you in suspense as results from the Divisionals roll in and invitations to State roll out. Meanwhile, the annual T-Shirt Design Competition calls on students’ visual design and presentation skills, and the Wrecking Ball Engineering Adventure shows how destruction can be creative.

We've set aside one extra invite to State! 

What kind of shirt does a future engineer wear? A TAME T-shirt, of course!

The Boeing "Build Something Better" T-Shirt design competition is now open to all members of TAME Clubs, even those who weren't able to compete at Divisionals. 

As always, the winner will be awarded a cash prize of $100. And new this year! If the winning student is in grades 6-12, he or she will also receive an invitation to State, held April 30th, 2016 at Texas A&M University–San Antonio

DEADLINE: Friday, March 4th

Enter the Contest

February's Engineering Adventure:

Take it to pieces! This month's Engineering Adventure demystifies devices by taking them down to their (still sometimes mysterious) component parts. It's a classic way to help your students build confidence and think like problem-solving engineers.

Students can take apart all kinds of devices -- from clocks (easy) to laptops (intermediate) to toaster ovens (difficult) to cars (expert) – and then try to put them back together. This month we're offering suggestions on how to tackle this kind of project with your own TAME Club.
Read the Full Adventure

Results from Divisionals are rolling in!

We are so proud of all our TAME students this year, and so grateful to our volunteers and partners who have made our Divisional STEM Competitions a success. This has been a record-breaking year for TAME, with more students signing up than ever before, plus new chapters in East Texas and the Valley.

We are posting results as they come in to the State Office. Stay tuned for all the results and winners, as well as photos of the top-secret Engineering Design Challenge.  
Divisional Results
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