TAME Scholars Header

Scholarships, Internships, and More 

TAME Scholarships

TAME Freshman scholarship applications for the 2015-2016 school year are now closed. To see the winning recipients, please see our announcement here. Our 2015 TAME Evergreen scholarship applications are scheduled to open during the Fall semester. Please check our Current & Upcoming Scholarships page for updates.

TAME supports careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics by offering scholarships to TAME club members who have been accepted into an accredited university or community college to pursue higher education in a STEM-related field. (Not sure if a university or college is accredited? Check this database, courtesy of the U.S. Department of Education.)

Available scholarships vary year to year, but generally include:

The TAME Freshman Scholarship is awarded each year to a high school senior and TAME club member who has completed the Math and Science Competition and who will attend an accredited college or university to study a STEM subject.  The scholarship amount varies based on available funding.

The TAME Evergreen Scholarship is offered to TAME scholars in their second to fourth year of study in a STEM field at an accredited college or university.  The scholarship amount varies based on available funding.

The TAME TAMU Scholarship is a scholarship awarded each year to a high school senior and TAME club member who has completed the Math and Science Competition and who will attend Texas A&M University (TAMU) to study a STEM subject. The scholarship amount varies based on available funding.

In addition, TAME partner universities occasionally offer scholarships to TAME students.  Please see our Apply for a Scholarship page or contact TAME at (512) 471-6100 or at programs@tame.org for current opportunities.

TAME Internships

In addition to our scholarships, TAME offers yearly employment opportunities for regional interns to work with TAME. Our regional interns are students at our partner universities. Working with the TAME state office and their regional chapter, they help to support and expand TAME programming and often serve as role models to current TAME club students. To find out more about becoming a TAME regional intern, please contact the TAME State Headquarters. 

Considering Online Colleges? 

Students considering college courses online can access a variety of useful, reliable resources at the nonprofit organization Affordable Colleges Online. This website allows you to sort by the most popular science and engineering fields. Most importantly, all colleges listed are accredited, which means they are safer options.

Their free student guide offers: 

  • A ranking of the most affordable online colleges in Texas
  • An in-depth look at tuition and cost of living for major metropolitan areas in Texas
  • An overview of financial assistance for Texas online learning
  • Interviews with online college administrators in Texas
  • Colleges with Laptop Scholarship Programs for students