Trig-Star is a high school trigonometry skill awards program administered by the National Society of Professional Surveyors, MALSCE and a local land surveyor or engineer.
Trig-Star promotes the study of trigonometry in high school and promotes by honoring individual students who have demonstrated superior skill among classmates at the high school level.
Trig-Star demonstrates the use and practical application of trigonometry in the land surveying profession to high school trigonometry students.
Trig-Star creates awareness of the land surveying profession among the mathematically skilled high school students, career guidance counselors and high school math teachers.
Only one TRIG-STAR contest is allowed per high school per year. We’ll mail a contest packet with contest instructions, a test packet, and a sample news release to you. The NSPS website has additional information and resources.
You, as the local sponsor, will need to make all the local arrangements with the high school. The winning student will be eligible to compete in the NSPS National Trig-Star Contest. The packet includes national contest information.
The first step to becoming a surveyor is to get a degree. Accredited college programs in Surveying or Geomatics are available throughout the country. Colleges and Technical Schools offer two-year and four-year degree programs. See below for a list of programs in the Northeast, including a certificate program.
Important: To be recognized as a MALSCE member you must login using your MALSCE assigned username and password.
Registration is processed through the MALSCE associated website, www.engineers.org. MALSCE is supported by the staff of The Engineering Center Education Trust.
Please note: Altering your name or contact information during registration may overwrite your record in our membership database and prevent you from receiving your member benefits.
If you have additional questions regarding registration, please contact us at 617/227-5551 or email@example.com.