Travel to the ocean floor. Design a house on Mars. Find a cure for cancer. What will YOU do?
Some of the most exciting careers in the world are in science, technology, engineering, and math. Computer scientists, researchers, and engineers are doing just about anything you can imagine: designing roller-coasters, exploring ways to cure disease, working to feed the world, and much more.
In TAME Clubs across Texas, students like you are starting their exciting careers by exploring math, science, engineering and computer science. Students enrolled in TAME Clubs compete in TAME's Divisional and State STEM Competitions and other events including Future City, Solar Car Challenge, FIRST Robotics, BEST Robotics, Vex Robotics, Code Wars, Team America Rocketry Challenge, and more. Your time with a TAME Club is just the beginning.
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TAME Club and Student Registration for 2018-19 School Year
Signing up with TAME is a two-part process. First the sponsor completes the annual Club Registration online or with a printable PDF. Next, the students in their club complete their Student Registration online or with a printable PDF in English or Spanish (the printable forms are typically turned in to the Club Sponsors, who collect them and send them all together to the TAME State Office). Students will be able to register only after the Adult Sponsor registers the TAME Club.
Registration is now closed for the 2018-19 STEM Competition season.
We encourage TAME Clubs to continue bringing new members to their meetings throughout the year. Any student who did not meet the deadlines for registration this year will not be eligible to participate in the 2019 STEM Competitions. We encourage students to stay involved and register again at the start of the 2019-20 school year.
Save the Dates for 2018-2019
November 7 - Last Day for TAME to Receive Student Registration
January 1 - February 28 - Divisional STEM Competitions
April 27 - State STEM Competition
In order to receive invitations to participate in STEM Competitions, students must be in grades 6-12 and must register by the November 7th deadline.
How do TAME Clubs work?