During my sophomore year, my fascination in the content of my math courses and interest in real life applications (I've wanted to be an engineer since my freshman year) prompted me to found a math club. At first, I felt unsure if my peers would share my enthusiasm for mathematics. I was pleasantly surprised, however, to find that many students shared my interest. My high school math courses moved so quickly that we were unable to delve into useful applications of the skills we were learning. I began a math club so students could apply their skills to real-world applications such as those found in engineering. While exploring the practical uses of mathematics, we also delved into other subjects such as chemistry, physics, and logistics because an engineer must be able to incorporate all of these into practical solutions. Several students, from calculus to basic level math classes, attend Math Club because to explore mathematics and to enhance their understanding of basic engineering concepts. More than just education, Math Club has become something that members look forward to and enjoy. In addition to building and programming robots and figuring out how roller coaster loops work, we've made clever (though cheesy) T-Shirt designs. We took a trip to a nearby park to eat pizza and attempt to fly our newly built tetrahedral kite. (We learned many valuable lessons in aircraft design that to apply to future projects that we hope will be more succesful.) The highlight of Math club, Math night, educates the entire community. Last year I taught my neighbors in addition to several classmates how to understand the binary number system. By eliminating the "math phobia" that surronds math courses Math Club also hopes to get students more interested in math and science classes. Hopefully this interest will result in careers in math and science.