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he division and state level. Top-ranking schools will compete for Best in Nation honors at the national TSA conference, which will take place in June in Washington, D.C.

CH2M HILL is a global project delivery company focused on helping clients build a better and more sustainable world. According to CH2M HILL Foundation Executive Director Ellen Sandberg, “The TEAMS program is an ideal venue for students of all ages to engage in real-world engineering challenges. The infrastructure in our cities around the world are facing enormous challenges and the students of today will be the solutions providers of tomorrow.”

Rockwell Collins is a leader in communication and aviation electronic solutions. The company believes in inspiring the next generation of engineers and innovators, and in building strong, vital communities as a way to ensure the success of its business. According to Linda Snow-Solum, Senior Director, Engineering Infrastructure, Development & Lean, “The TEAMS program engages students in the wide variety of skills that are a part of the engineering profession. Students have the opportunity to experience learning in a collaborative environment and develop leadership skills – all critical aspects of future success.”

Nonprofit program partners are ITEEA/EbD (the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association/Engineering byDesign™), NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics), and P
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