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Consider using the copy below as a guideline to share the news of how your chapter is marking National TSA Week. Send your version of the press release as a PDF attachment to an email, about a week in advance of National TSA Week. Reach out to your local web, magazine, radio, newspaper, and/or television mediaand local, county, and/or state school system. Emphasize your chapter's activities and achievements, since local news media is most interested in the accomplishments of local TSA student members, and chapter advisors, speakers, and volunteers.


[School Name Here] Marks National Technology Student Association (TSA) Week Oct. 1-5, 2018
[Date of Distribution Here]
[Name and Email of Contact Person Here]

[Location of School: Town/City, State Here]—Oct 1-5, 2018 is being celebrated as National Technology Student Association (TSA) Week by high schools and middle schools across the country, and the [school name here and link to your TSA chapter webpage] TSA Chapter is marking the occasion by [list and describe your events here].

[School name here] launched its TSA chapter since [year]. Current officers include [list names and titles here]. The advisor is [teacher name and title here]. Chapter and member accomplishments include: [brief list of recent awards; honors; leadership achievements; milestones; recognition at state and/or national conferences; school improvement projects; community service efforts, etc.].

Follow the celebration on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @national TSA using #OneTSA. National TSA, headquartered in Reston, VA, is marking its 40th anniversary in 2018. The association represents about 250,000 high school and middle school students engaged in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) across the country. The 2019 National TSA Conference will be held June 28-July 2 near Washington, D.C.