This year, chapters have the chance to compete in two new events on the high school level; one that has existed previously on the middle school level and one that is completely new to our organization. These events are Board Game Design and Forensic Science. Competing in these events gives chapters a few unique opportunities. But what are these events and why should your chapter compete in them?
For many, the holidays are a time of cheer, but for students, they can be filled with stress. Approaching deadlines for college, scholarships, and other opportunities can be a hassle, especially at such a busy time of year. Fortunately, TSA members can use those applications as a chance to share their remarkable achievements through this organization. Here are some ways you can use your experience in TSA to enhance your college application and show off your hard work!
One of the most important aspect of TSA are the competitive events. From competition stems a variety of other aspects like leadership skills, educational growth, team building challenges, and perhaps my favorite part: the trophies! So how do you get on to the stage at regionals, state, or nationals? Here are a few tips that will put you on the path to gold!
As the holidays are quickly approaching with dreams of turkey, time off from school, and sleeping in over our heads, it can surely be too easy to forget the true meaning of Thanksgiving. Instead of stressing over dinner, decor, and guest lists, I encourage you to stop and think of some ways to reflect on what makes you #thankful. Within the Technology Student Association, each and every one of us have been given endless opportunities that may be overlooked at times.
Every year, National TSA plans a nationwide fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. But what is the American Cancer Society and why should your chapter host a fundraiser?
Chapters do so much beyond conferences! LEAP Legacy is a way for your chapter to show the leadership they display through these activities. LEAP Legacy highlights the five qualities it takes to become an excellent leader, and it wraps them into a competition with monetary prizes!
We are excited to announce that state officer applications are now open! Are you still deciding on whether or not to run at this year’s State Conference? Here are 6 reasons from your state officer team to run for state office.
National TSA Week is a perfect opportunity for you and your chapter to raise awareness of TSA in your school and community and to showcase activities and accomplishments. With the hard work that we all do to lead in a technical world, October 1-5, 2018 is dedicated to us, the members of Tennessee TSA. Here are three ways you can dedicate yourself to TSA:
Social media is the connecting factor between the many moving parts of TSA. I strongly encourage each chapter to start simple, and start soon. Social media is just another way that you can make this year even more successful!
As the new year begins, it becomes more and more important to spread the word of TSA and reach out to your community. Through service projects and fundraisers, you can take your chapter to the next level. Here are some ideas to help you get your started: