By Brittany Gleason
The Technology Student Association (TSA) is an equal opportunity club for students to express themselves creatively through science, technology, engineering, and math. Joining TSA requires interviews, meeting attendance, and participation to be a productive member of the organization. Historian John Korhel speaks out regarding what being in TSA takes and how a student can join.
“Interested members will begin by signing up and paying an initial fee of thirty dollars to pay for the equipment they will be utilizing. Once the student is signed up, they will attend regular meetings and begin participating in the club. And that’s how you can join TSA,” Junior John Korhel said.
Why should a student join TSA? According to many officers and members, TSA is an opportunity to compete at a national level and get your creative work out into the world.
“Students learn how to use their creativity and innovative skills to compete at national levels, which I believe is why students should join TSA,” Derek Stasiak said.