Engineering levels the playing field. Anybody can be whatever they want. If kids are working with a 3D printer to design a prosthetic hand, they’re not thinking about socioeconomic barriers. They’re thinking about what they can do with that printer.
Dr. Denise Simmons, assistant professor of Educational Leadership & Technology at Midwestern State University and co-chair of TAME’s Wichita Falls Chapter (2015-2018).
About TAME Regions
TAME Regions provide local leadership and support for engineering education. From the high plains to the gulf, TAME brings exciting engineering programming to 6-12 students all across Texas. Our local regions make this possible.
Led by dedicated volunteers from local engineering industries, school districts, higher education institutions, and libraries, TAME Regions develop locally relevant offerings like career days, factory tours, and professional development for teachers. Local Regional Leaders work with TAME’s strong network of 6-12 teachers, higher education partners, and corporate partners to strengthen the education-to-employment pipeline in Texas.
TAME Regions cover large areas of Texas corresponding to the Texas Education Agency regions. Each TAME Region coordinates local events for TAME Clubs formed by schools, libraries, homeschool groups, and other organizations.
Don’t see your region listed below? TAME would love to help you start one! If you have questions about how to get involved, please contact the TAME State Office.
Region 1 – Valley
Region 2 – Coastal Bend (Corpus Christi)
Region 4 – Gulf Coast (Houston)
Region 5 – Golden Triangle (Beaumont)
Region 7 – East Texas
Region 9 – Wichita Falls
Region 10 – Dallas
Region 11 – Fort Worth
Region 13 – Capital Area (Austin)
Region 15 – San Angelo
Region 16 – Amarillo
Region 17 – Lubbock
Region 18 – West Texas (Midland, Odessa, Fort Stockton)
Region 20 – San Antonio