Georgia TSA prepares its members to be successful leaders in a technological society through co-curricular activities like communication, leadership, teamwork, and competitive skill development.



Students are exposed to leadership learning and opportunities through officer participation, committee participation, and leadership activities that are incorporated into the classroom and/or chapter meetings.



Offering over 70 competitive events for middle and high school students, TSA events appeal to a wide audience. Events include website design, dragster design, engineering, biotechnology and more!

Dedicated exclusively to students enrolled in engineering & technology education pathway programs.TSA Chapters prepare students to be successful inventors, designers, creative problem solvers, responsible citizens and leaders in a technological society.

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    Being at home for the first couple of day in three weeks has giving me a chance to catch up. We hope that those of you that attended CORE this year had a rewarding and enjoyable experience. We set an all time record with 705 in attendance. We ask that those of you that attended, please complete the CORE COnference Survey at this address at


  • Leadercon Registration is Open!

    Registation is open for the 2015 Leadercon Conference! Registration closes Oct 23, 2015. Please make sure to read the alerts in EMS for important information regarding registration. 

  • Leadercon Registration Packet

    The registration packet for the 2015 Leadercon Conference can be found here

  • GA TSA Announces Our New Blog

    Got a question? Want to help someone else that does? As of Today, GA TSA has it's own blog site!!

    Go to and join in the conversation!

  • Want to Judge for a GA TSA Event?

    If you are interested in experiencing one of our conferences and contributing as a judge, we have two conferences where we need volunteers to judge competitive events.

    The first is GA TSA "Tech Day" at the Georgia National Fair. Held at the fair grounds in the McGill Building on October 12th. Judges are needed for the six on-site performance events we have that day.

    The big conference with over 70 different middle and high school competitive events is held in March 17-19, 2016 at the Classic Center in Athens, GA.

    Our Judges Coordinator is Mrs. Sylvia Phillips. If you are interested in Judging at one of these conferences or want more information contact her at or myself at or use this link to contact us and leave contact info:

    We'd be proud to have you involved!

    Steve Price, Executive Director

  • Tech Day Event Online Submissions

    The online submissions for the Promotional Design and Pin Design is open in EMS. Please note, a valid GNF Entry Number must be submitted with the entry in order for it to be judged. If the submission does not have a valid Entry Number it will not be judged. There are no substitutions.

  • Tech Day Registration

    Registration for Tech Day is open! All students registered for events with the GNF MUST register through TSA. Registration is availible in EMS. Registration closes on September 11, 2015.

  • 2015-16 Statesmen Study Guide

    To prepare for the upcoming Statesmen Test at the CORE and Leadercon Conferences, a new study guide has been posted. Good luck!!

  • CORE Registration is OPEN

    You can now access EMS to register for CORE. If you have any issues of questions, please email us at Don't forget registration closes on 8/21 and all information is valid, so if you need to cancel you registration either deselect everything or submit registration and click on the "Cancel Registration" link.


  • CORE Registration Opens August 10th

    Registration will be open Monday August 10th. 

    Registration Info Pack Shortcut:

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