Technology Students Association
Do you like building things with your hands or on the computer?
You may be interested in Technology Students Association (TSA), an after school club at Einstein, which is an extension of the Introduction to Engineering and Robotics Elective. TSA offers additional opportunities for students to explore their interests in STEM and develop leadership skills. The club is open to any Einstein student. The Technology Student Association is a national, non-profit organization of middle and high school student members who are engaged in STEM. Since TSA was chartered in 1978, over 5,000,000 members have participated through competitions, intra-curricular activities, leadership opportunities, and community service. In Washington, WTSA serves more than 150 middle and high schools, and more than 7,000 students. Last year, Einstein’s TSA chapter participated in the Washington State Conference. The 3-day State competition ended up being held remotely and twenty-one Einstein students won awards in events like Dragsters, Structures, Web Design, Video Game Design, Forensics and more.
TSA meets on Thursdays in room 1335 after school until 4:30.
Questions? Email: Mrs. Thurber
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