As regional conferences conclude and state conference remains two months away, it's easy to think that these next months are a good time sit back and relax. With competitive events and LEAP resumes in hand, it looks like everything is in line for State Conference. But be careful of getting complacent, as there are numerous opportunities and important deadlines just around the corner.
With regional conferences in our rear view mirror, the worst thing to do is let your competitive events remain static. Continuous editing and rethinking can prove to be extremely beneficial moving into state conference season. Here are four tips to keep you proactive on your journey to Chattanooga and our annual State Conference.
The weather outside may be cold, but things are heating up in East Tennessee as our Regional Conference approaches! Across the region, students are busy putting the finishing touches on their prototypes, portfolios, and LEAP resumes. Are you ready for the competition to begin?
Middle Tennessee, are you ready for your Regional Conference? The late nights, LEAP Resumes, and hard work pay off here, so get get ready for the big day!
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!