Since 2009, Wind Blade Challenge has touched over 1,500 students and educators. Many students have pursued STEM related careers.


100_3811“I have gained so much experience doing the Wind Blade Challenge. Just sitting down and solving the problem by brainstorming and by testing different models was amazing.” ~ Emma Pererson



Lucas“WBC helped me decide that I wanted a career in composites, on event day I met new people and got a summer internship and the possibility of an internship in college” ~Lucas Hopkin-Goodwin



Ryan Wells“Wind blade Challenge is a great opportunity for anybody who has even remotely considered working to become an engineer, scientist, etc. once they graduate from high school.” ~Ryan Wells




Tom Vincaire
“I see the Wind Blade Challenge is a fantastic opportunity for students to apply theoretical concepts in a practical application, they see it as a fun way to learn.  And you know what? it’s a fun way to teach!”  Tom Vicaire, Teacher, Mattanawcook Academy



“The Maine Wind Blade Challenge provides Maine high school students with the opportunity to learn about Maine-Based STEM efforts. Students apply their understanding of science to design effective wind blades.  At the same time they develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills and learn to work effectively in teams.  It is a win/win proposition!” Anita Bernhart, Maine Department of Education

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