It is easy to integrate collaboration and competition into your STEM program through The National STEM League (NSL), a practice league for future-professionals. Web-based and face-to-face series ensure you can participate no matter your location or budget.
There is a place for all students to contribute to the team through race engineering, coding and automation, design and fabrication, graphic design, marketing, community outreach and data-driven design projects that ask students to follow their own interests (as long as they follow good investigation practices = GIP).
Registration for your first academic year is included with base and turnkey kits.
There are three ways for National STEM League teams to collaborate and compete:
The web-based and face-to-face leagues are independent of one another so teams can engage in one or both (or neither). Web Points Race leaders and Invitational winners are invited to the NSL Finals. The 2016-17 Finals is April, 29-30, 2017 hosted by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in the capital region of NY state (Troy, NY).
* Interested in becoming a Sanctioned Official so you can run NSL Open Invitationals and present workshops on behalf of Ten80 Education? Contact us for more information.