The Technology Education department is pleased to announce, at the 41st National Technology Student Association Conference held at the Gaylord National Resort and Conference Center in National Harbor, Maryland five High School students stood on stage in front of over 8,500 conference attendees. Our local Ambridge Area Chapter of the Technology Student Association (TSA) captured 7th place in the Board Game Design event, beating out over 100 entries from all around the world. Dinah Bailey, Jordan DeWeese, Kyla Fitzgibbons, Natalie Garrison and Madeline Smith attended this 5-day event and had the opportunity to attend leadership secession and network with TSA and industry leaders from all around the globe.
Please congratulate them for their accomplishments!
Jordan DeWeese and Madeline Smith also served as Voting Delegates, representing our local Ambridge Area Chapter at the annual business meeting and throughout the conference.
For more information on TSA and the many STEM opportunities for students 5th-12th grade, please visit the national website at tsaweb.org or the PA site at patsa.web. Thank you for supporting our program and the interests of the students! Benjamin Holmes, Dept. Head Applied Science & Technology Education Department