With the first regional conference only days away and the others following shortly thereafter, you may have some questions about what do and bring. Whether you are a new competitor or a seasoned veteran the start of conference season is something that you may always have questions about. You can use the checklist below to help you get ready for regionals so that you can get a strong start towards state and national conferences.
One of the most incredible experiences as a TSA member is being in a city with hundreds of other members that share the same passion and energy as you do.
As the semester comes to an end, it’s time to start ramping up for conference season. With three regional conferences and state just months away, winter break is the perfect time to reflect on what your chapter has done over the past semester and start getting to work on each of your events. Keep in mind the following dates and deadlines as you plan for the new year.
Winter break is here! Since regionals are right around the corner, now is a great time to work on your events! Here are some good ways to keep organized and stay efficient over winter break.
The time is coming for all of your hard work to pay off, or for it to begin! With conferences starting around the corner, it is time to start making that checklist and getting ready to blow the judges’ socks off!
Chapter meetings are an essential, albeit difficult, way to communicate information and skills to members of your chapter. Many returning veterans don’t feel the need to come to chapter meetings as they “have heard it already” or any number of other excuses that imply that chapter meetings are nothing new. Granted, many things that chapters must cover in their meetings are to help inform new members about the basics and requirements of TSA, but there are so many reasons that members should always come to meetings. Here are some ways to help increase your chapter meeting turn out:
There are many ways to get sponsors for your chapter! Most of them include contacting local businesses and asking for sponsorships. It may seem daunting, but it’s very possible to do if you’re confident and concise. The following tips will help you from when you’re contacting potential sponsors, all the way to when they’re considering whether or not to accept.
Want to take your TSA chapter meetings to the next level? Want someone passionate about TSA to spur your members on? Fear not, Tennessee TSA has a solution: schedule to have a state officer visit your chapter!