On April 12, 2014, KSEA-USC had great time volunteering for National Mathematics and Science Competition (NMSC) 2014 at Harvey Mudd College. Over 250 high school and middle school students participated in the competition, where students were tested in physics and math. KSEA-USC was mainly responsible for organizing and presenting science competition for 4th to 8th graders. The topic of science competition was Sailing Car, which used simple concept of Conservation of Energy. Students were divided into groups and had time to discuss and create a Sailing Car. Through semifinal and final rounds, two teams were chosen as winners for having their cars sail through the given race track the fastest. NMSC 2014 was overall a success, and more than 70 volunteers from USC, UCLA, CSULB, and Caltech had great time interacting with young students and networking amongst the volunteers. As an appreciation for volunteering, KSEA-USC and other KSEA chapters received t-shirts (designed by KSEA-USC) and bunch of Nongshim (sponsor of NMSC) ramyun.