Annual TAME Club registration is now open! From the Panhandle to the Valley, all across Texas, TAME teachers and their students are reaching for the stars–and the laboratories, the board rooms, and even the White House. For over 30 years, TAME has built a strong network of K-12 teachers, higher education partners, and corporate partners dedicated to promoting diversity in STEM. Let us help you inspire students to find the STEM career of their dreams.
Once registered, teachers and student members have access to:
- Invitations to TAME STEM Competitions for 6-12 graders
- Thousands of hands-on STEM activities and teaching resources
- Classroom visits from engineers, scientists, and more
- Free professional development at events like TAMU’s Teacher Summit, NEED, etc.
- Exclusive TAME Scholarships
- TAME’s Alumni Network to help students find jobs after graduation
Interested in signing up? If you have at least four students in grades K-12, an adult sponsor, and regular meetings in person, you can start a TAME Club. Here’s how to register for free today:
1. Start your online registration here: http://tinyurl.com/2015TAMEClub
2. ALL CLUBS must download Student Info & Release Forms. Have your Club members and their parents/guardians fill out the forms, either digitally or on paper. Collect these and return them to TAME via email to email@example.com or fax at 512-471-6797. DUE: 12/9/15.
“To me TAME was more than just an out of school program,” wrote one former Club member from the West Texas Chapter. “They helped keep my head in the books and my sights on the path to success. They helped feed my interest in math and science and introduced me to the many fields of engineering. In December 2005 I achieved a dream by becoming the first in my family of six children to graduate from college with not only a Bachelor’s degree, but a Bachelor’s of Science in Electrical Engineering. At commencement, when the President of the University recognized my achievements, I made it a point to stress that my achievement began with TAME. TAME taught me that even though I am a woman of Latin descent and classified as a minority, there is nothing that I cannot achieve. TAME was a blessing in my life.”
By Lindsey Carmichael, September 22, 2015.