National TSA Week, set for October 7-11, 2019, is a great opportunity for your chapter to create awareness of TSA in your school and community, and to showcase your activities and accomplishments. National TSA Week is about student members and the hard work your chapter is doing while "learning to lead in a technical world." Check out 10 Ways to Celebrate National TSA Week. In addition, incorporate the official 2019-2020 TSA hashtag (TBD) in your TSA-related posts, and as you follow the themes for each day of National TSA Week:
- My TSA Monday: Share what being a TSA member means to you. What have you learned? How has being a TSA member changed your plans for the future? What do you hope to accomplish in TSA this school?
- Teammate Tuesday: Post a photo of you and your chapter teammate(s), perhaps attending a conference, working together on a competition, conducting a meeting, participating in a leadership session or community service, etc.
- Learning to Lead Wednesday: Post a photo of anything TSA-related and explain how you are learning to lead in a technical world.
- Throwback Thursday: Post a favorite TSA photo of you and/or your chapter from your early years in TSA, perhaps attending your first TSA conference or working on your first competition.
- Forever TSA Friday: Post a collage of your TSA chapter photos.
- Share the TSA Week Proclamation.
- Use the National TSA Week Press Release Template to create a press release to send to your local media and school system. Send resulting media coverage links to email@example.com and write "National TSA Week" in the subject line, and share on your TSA chapter's social media pages and tag @nationalTSA #NationalTSAWeek.
- Follow @nationalTSA on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Do NOT include content as defined by the disclaimer below:
- abusive or hurtful comments about a user or another participant;
- off-topic and other comments (this includes promotion or solicitation of events, groups, pages, websites, organizations, products and programs not related to or affiliated with TSA);
- comments that use profanity, foul language, abusive language or "hate speech" (for example, including but not limited to racial, ethnic or gender-bashing language);
- private, personal information published without consent;
- comments that violate the privacy of any individual;
- material that is unlawful, obscene, defamatory, threatening, harassing, abusive, slanderous, hateful or embarrassing to any person or entity as determined by TSA.