Cory Stephenson


TTU-MET Engineering Student



110 Concord Drive
Columbia, Tennessee 38401
Phone: 931-215-5067
University Email:


Columbia State Community College – Columbia, TN 
Class of 2014 Graduate - “Magna Cum Laude”
Associate of Science - Engineering Concentration
G.P.A. 3.75
2014 – Selected in U.S. competition as a NASA National Community College Aerospace Scholar and Project Leader at the Marshall Space Flight Center - U.S. Army Base & Redstone Arsenal, in Huntsville, Alabama. 
Tennessee Academy of Science
STEM Club (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math)
Advanced Mathematics Tutor: CSCC Learning Support Center
CSCC President’s Leadership Society
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society – Beta Chapter
Sigma Kappa Delta – English Honorary

Tennessee Technological University – Cookeville, TN 
Major – Manufacturing & Engineering Technology 
Minors – Math & Business
Tennessee Tech University Commencement: 2018
NASA Rover Challenge Project at TTU
Eagle Works Competition Finalist (patent pending)
Tau Alpha Pi Honor Society (Engineering Technology) Co-Founder
National Organization for Business & Engineering (NOBE) Chapter Founder and President
Students for the Exploration & Development of Space, U.S.A. (SEDS)			
Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME)
Society for the Advancement of Management (SAM) Vice President of Programs
Engineering Joint Council (EJC)
American Foundry Society (AFS)


Sons of the American Legion Squadron 19-Herbert Griffin American Legion Post 19 – 7 years  
Squadron 19 Commander of the Sons of the American Legion – 3 years
District 7 Commander of the Sons of the American Legion – 2 years


The Sons of the American Legion – Legionnaire of the Year Award – June 22, 2013
The Commander’s and Presidents Banquet at the 95th Annual State Convention of the American Legion-Department of Tennessee 

Proclamation by the One Hundred Ninth General Assembly of the State of Tennessee:
“In recognition of the Legion’s highest civilian honor for his dedication and contributions to veterans across the State of Tennessee, and for his noble commitment to public service.”