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?
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!
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 we begin to approach the end of this calendar year, it’s important to start thinking about the beginning of the competition season. Regional conferences are a great way for members to gain experience in their competitive events and receive feedback on their projects in preparation for the annual Tennessee TSA State Conference. Registration for these conferences are now open and can be found right here on our website.
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!