Arizona Promoters of Applied Science in Education (APASE) is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization dedicated to creating and promoting scientifically and technologically challenging events beyond the classroom.
APASE supports opportunites to experience real-world problem solving in collaborative, challenge-based learning environments. The group believes this can be accomplished in a fun and exciting way to motivate students to explore the fields of science and engineering.
APASE brings together students from different levels of education, professional industry members, educators, and the business community to learn from and mentor each other. Our challenging events are open to teams from across the country that wish to participate. By inviting other enthusiasts, Arizona has become a focal point for STEM education in the United States.
The driving goal of APASE is to prepare youth to become successful participants in the future of our global economy.
KPNX News 12 School Solution's Kim Covington piloting an ROV at the National Underwater Robotics Challenge at Chandler High School.