OUR organization

Welcome to our website!

Here at The STEM Organization of America (TSOA)—formerly The STEM Organization of Delaware (TSOD)—we strive to give high school students around the nation a platform to innovate and connect with people interested in pursuing a future in STEM—all digitally. Our organization allows students to improve their abilities in every part of the STEM field.

TSOA features The National At-Home STEM Competition, allowing students to showcase their creativity and improve their abilities. On our website we have more information about us, the competition we offer, useful resources, and how to contact us.

Enjoy!

Important Information

Below are some key dates and information for participants of The National At-Home STEM Competition and TSOA members

 

Announcement

Diversity Message

The STEM Organization of America recognizes the unfortunate racial injustices present in our society. These social injustices have translated into the STEM field. However, we stand with equality and justice, and as such, our organization will not discriminate against any individual. TSOA has members nationwide from all different races, genders, and sexualities. We truly value promoting a diverse and inclusive community for our members and we celebrate each other’s differences.

 

Announcement

COVID-19 Message

TSOA strongly recommends that members follow their state’s guidelines concerning COVID-19. However, TSOA is 100% digital, so the pandemic will not hinder our organization.

 

September 14th, 2020

Registration for Fall 2020 National At-Home STEM Competition opens

To sign up click the following link: https://forms.gle/RLEMhpgcYQsJW1qY8

 

December 7th, 2020 11:59 PM EST

SUbmissions due for Fall 2020 National At-Home STEM Competition 

 

TSOA Members across the nation

To join TSOA please fill out the following form: https://forms.gle/SNaY5Wzex1kC7psGA

Members

400+

Members

Thank you to all members who have joined TSOA!

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Schools

91

Schools

Thank you to all schools who have joined TSOA!

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States

29

States

Thank you to all states who have joined TSOA!

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A map of where our Members are From 

States in Green have TSOA members

 

Collaborating University Programs & Organizations

 

Interested universities/organizations, please contact us: contact@tsoaonline.org

Yale scientific magazine

    • This student group at Yale University has graciously partnered with TSOA in order to help judge for The National At-Home STEM Competition.

Harvard Women in Computer Science

  • This student group at Harvard University has graciously partnered with TSOA in order to judge projects for The National At-Home STEM Competition. 

Stanford Undergraduate                Research Association

    • This student group at Stanford University has graciously partnered with TSOA in order to help judge for The National At-Home STEM Competition.

Physics Undergraduate Women and Gender Minorities at Stanford (PUWMAS)

  • This student group at Stanford University has graciously partnered with TSOA in order to judge for The National At-Home STEM Competition. 

The Harvard Computer society

    • This student group at Harvard University has graciously partnered with TSOA in order to judge for The National At-Home STEM Competition.

The Rutgers School of Engineering Honors Academy

  • The judges for the Engineering projects for The National At-Home STEM Competition will be students from The Rutgers School of Engineering Honors Academy.

Rice UNiversity office of STEM engagement

    • The Rice Office of STEM Engagement has kindly partnered and invited TSOA members to attend their STEM Summer Seminar Series.

Delaware STEM Council

  • The Delaware STEM Council has graciously collaborated with TSOA by inviting the winners of our previous competition to their awards ceremony.

Project brainlight

  • This group at the University of Delaware has graciously partnered with TSOA to guide our members through panel discussions and mentorship programs from graduate students.
  • Don’t forget to sign up for the presentation by Project Brainlight and Scientista! It takes place on 9/30, at 7:00 PM and you will learn a ton about STEM! Here is the link to sign up: https://udel.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYscuyvrTgpHt3PFRCo2TYHwlmj5fV9R2NI.

Scientista

  • In addition to Project Brainlight, this group at the University of Delaware has graciously partnered with TSOA to guide our members through panel discussions and mentorship programs from graduate students.

 

UCLA Undergraduate Admissions

    • UCLA Undergraduate Admission has conducted presentations specifically for our members. This included information about the college application process for UCLA and STEM specific information about UCLA.

University of Pennsylvania: Society of Asian Scientists and engineers

  • This student group at The University of Pennsylvania has graciously partnered with TSOA in order to judge for The National At-Home STEM Competition.

 

 

TSOA/TSOD in the News

Thank you to Our SPONSORS!

 

Interested Sponsors, please contact us: contact@tsoaonline.org

        Delaware 4-H 

    • Delaware 4-H’s Message: 4-H believes in the power of young people. 4-H gives young people experiences where they can learn by doing, grow from failure, express their ideas, and lead. They tap into their potential and empower them to become true leaders.

MPR Systems

  • MPR Systems’ Message: MPR Systems believes in making IT work!
    They provide consultancy and support services in the fields of Finance, Healthcare, IT, and various other technology systems.
    They strongly believe in giving back to the community and what better way than to promote STEM among curious and budding high schoolers, who very soon would grow into fantastic leaders of our nation.