The Technology Student Association enhances personal development, leadership, and career opportunities in STEM, whereby members apply and integrate these concepts through intracurricular activities, competitive events and related programs.
2017 TSA State Conference
Davis Applied Technology College
550 East 300 South
March 14-15, 2017
This year the State TSA Conference will be held at the Davis Applied Technology College (DATC) on March 14-15, 2017. Middle School events will be on March 14th and High School events on March 15th. The events will be held in the main building and the Barlow building. The awards ceremony will be held in the Layton High School Auditorium. We hope your students are preparing for an exciting conference. Please check the State and National TSA web sites for the latest information on the events.
Online registration will begin on February 1st and close on March 6th. Only chapters who have completed their membership registration with National TSA will be able to participate at the State Conference. If your chapter has not affiliated with the National TSA office, we encourage you do so as soon as possible. The early registration (ends February 28th) cost for students will be $20.00 and advisors and guest $15.00. An additional $5.00 starting March 1st. Registration must be completed by March 6th. Register early.
Please remember that chapters must send in a copy of the “Utah TSA Participation Agreement 2016-17” for everyone (students and adults) attending the conference. Please send them with your conference payment by March 6th to Utah TSA, PO Box 547, Draper, Utah 84020.
We encourage students interested in becoming a State Officer complete the “Utah TSA State Officer Candidate Application” and send it in to the TSA PO Box as soon possible. Applications are due March 4th.
It’s time to register your chapter with National TSA for this school year.
The High School Events Guide has been updated for the coming year with some new events for your students. Middle School events have been updated. Check out the themes and problems for both Middle and High School events on the national TSA website.
Themes and Problems