The Marine Advanced Technology Education ( MATE ) Center 
was established with funding from the National Science Foundation in 1997. MATE is an international network of community colleges, secondary schools, universities, research institutions, professional societies, marine industries, and working professionals. MATE's mission is to use marine technology to inspire and challenge students to learn and creatively apply science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to solving real-world problems in a way that strengthens critical thinking, collaboration, entrepreneurship, and innovation

Project-Based Engineering Design, Underwater Robotics, Arduino, and Underwater Sensors  

Teachers, enhance your knowledge and get ahead! Check out this list of summer workshops offered by the MATE Center. Financial resources and curriculum products also are listed. Applications are now being accepted HERE.

One- to two- day ROV workshops around the U.S. and world also are available HERE.

Applications for Summer Internships  

Applications for the MATE/UNOLS At-Sea Summer Internships are available now! This opportunity is open to college students interested in working in a marine technical career. Interns will be paid a $500 weekly stipend with all travel and lodging expenses covered. 

For more information about the program and to apply, visit HERE.

2018 MATE ROV Competition News 

Did you miss the SCOUT, NAVIGATOR or RANGER prop demonstrations? You can still access them on the MATE Competition Facebook page or check out the videos posted under each competition class here. If you still have questions after viewing, post them to the competition help forum located here and Matt will answer! 

Still to come - the EXPLORER class prop demonstration. Stay tuned for a time and date!

New to MATE Underwater Robotics? Getting started is easy! View resources  here .

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