The Technology Student Association (TSA) offers a variety of volunteer opportunities for adults who are engaged in STEM careers and education. Whether you have a few hours or a few days—opportunities are available at every level—virtually, or onsite at local, state, or national levels:
TSA offers more than 70 STEM high school competitions and middle school competitions.
Junior Solar Sprint (JSS) is funded by the U.S. Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP) and managed by TSA. Fifth through eighth grade students apply scientific understanding, creativity, experimentation, and teamwork to design, build, and race model solar vehicles. Using the TSA event guidelines format, the JSS program is designed to support the instruction of STEM in categories such as alternative fuels, engineering design, and aerodynamics. Students can participate in JSS through TSA chapters and U.S. Army-hosted locations across the country. JSS Volunteer Opportunities.
Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics and Science allows middle and high school student to work in teams to solve real-world engineering challenges. In 2020, students will answer questions and design solutions based on the theme, “Engineering in the Wild.” TEAMS Volunteer Opportunities.
Unite is a pre-collegiate, academic, summer program for rising 9th through 12th grade students from groups historically underserved in STEM education. The program is designed to encourage and help prepare students to pursue college-level studies and, ultimately, careers in STEM fields. UNITE also is funded by AEOP and managed by TSA. Unite Volunteer Opportunities
TSA VEX Robotics Competition (VRC) and the TSA VEX IQ Challenge (VIQC) provide students with exciting opportunities to learn about STEM in an action-packed environment. The format allows team members to participate in VEX events, as well as TSA competitive events and activities at the National TSA Conference. VEX Volunteer Opportunities