The Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering has been launching STEM careers since 1976. From hair-raising experiments in electricity to visits with real-life engineers, TAME programs invite K-12 students all across Texas to explore the exciting world of STEM. Join us in building a workforce that looks like Texas.

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by Isabella Bradberry, News Editor of the Panther Prowler of Pflugerville High School


The TAME meeting filled the entire lecture hall with students. The guest speaker, an entrepreneur, brought in a device that connected the optic nerves of the student who wore it, allowing researchers to test how well these nerves functioned for the student.

Guest speakers from professional industries are one of the many opportunities offered to TAME club members. The mission of the Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering is to increase the number of underrepresented groups in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) fields.


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