The one-day TEAMS state competitions take place in-person at each team's own school nationwide in February and March through a partnership with high school educators and professional organizations. More than 10,000 students will compete during the competition window—vying for division and state rankings and awards.
TEAMS helps to:
- increase student knowledge about what engineers do and their impact on society.
- introduce students to new academic concepts through real-world applications.
- foster creativity, critical thinking, teamwork and problem solving skills.
- bolster student confidence about their ability to participate in engineering projects and to solve problems.
State-level rankings are provided for each of the three competition components: Essay, Multiple Choice, and Design/Build. “Best in State” rankings are determined by combining all three of these scores. “Best in State” awards for the highest ranking teams in each state are announced in April. The top twenty-five high-ranking state teams overall at each level will be invited to compete in the National TEAMS Competition at the 2022 TSA Conference in Dallas, TX.