"Learning to Lead in a Technical World"
April 24-26, 2017
The theme this year is "Defining your Future." All student entries must be in color and include the TSA logo, date, and location of conference. Please observe all copyright laws for the reproduction of the cover. Entries must be submitted by March 26th. All artwork should be submitted to Mark Harrell at Mark.Harrell@education.ky.gov
This year, Kentucky TSA is looking for a member to sing and/or play the national anthem at the opening general session of the 2017 State Conference. Please format audition videos in a format that can be downloaded and viewed. Video submissions will be open starting February 1st through February 22nd. We will notify applicants of our selection for performer and alternate by February 29th.
Please email submissions to KY TSA President, Jared Manis at: email@example.com
In your email, please include your full name, video attachment or link to online video, and the name your high school and chapter advisor!
Kentucky TSA will again be participating in the VEX Robotics Competition at the 2017 State Conference. If you have a team or teams, please make sure that you have registered that team(s) on www.robotevents.com as this is a requirement to compete in any VEX competition whether it be TSA related or a VRC competition. Note that there is a $100 registration fee for the first team and $50 registration for any additional teams that you register. These fees are determined by VEX not TSA. Also this still does not permit you to compete in the TSA event. You will still have to register for the (Kentucky TSA State VEX) competition on the VEX website at https://www.robotevents.com/robot-competitions/vex-robotics-competition/RE-VRC-17-2216.html, read the guidelines for the event from the website and then you will also need to register your team with the Kentucky TSA online registration (registermychapter) when the site is open. For your team to be eligible, they must be registered with both VEX and KY TSA. If you have questions regarding the competition itself, please contact Frank Cercone firstname.lastname@example.org or Jason Neagle at the Early College and Career Center in Hardin County.
Please note: both TSA State and National Dues must be paid in order to compete at the state event.