Technology Student Association (TSA)

This is our inaugural year for this club in El Campo. Come get in on the ground floor!

The Technology Student Association (TSA) is a national, non-profit organization of middle and high school students who are engaged in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Since TSA was chartered in 1978, almost 4,000,000 student members have participated through challenging competitions, leadership opportunities, and community service.

Visit www.tsaweb.org for more information.

 

Requirements for TSA

A desire to learn and help others with technology

An interest in technology, writing, science, math, or engineering

Ability to work with others and have fun!

                                               

What will we do in TSA?

Visit www.tsaweb.org for basic information on the events you can enter.  Some are individual and some are team.  We can take as many as we want to regionals – the limits do not start applying until state. Pick a contest you will be motivated to complete and a team that will work well with you. We will have periodic checks of projects to make sure there isn’t anyone sitting on the sideline and not doing their part for the team.

Regional Competition Feb. 24-25 at Lamar Junior High

 

Community Service Projects:

Community is important, so we will have a couple of community service projects during the course of the year. These events can be as simple as collecting clothes for Blessing Cup to helping attack world hunger through freerice.com to making and sending care packages to our troops. If you know of a need through Scouts, your Church, or a community center, please let me know.

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