The Technology Student Association (TSA) is one of seven Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO) in New Jersey. CTSO’s enhance CTE by providing opportunities for students to learn through leadership development, competitive events, academic, technical and 21st Century Skills, community involvement and much more.

NJ TSA is proud to be a member of the dynamic educational partnership that includes the state of New Jersey, educators, parents, business leaders, the national Technology Student Association and community leaders who are working to help students understand their technological world and to assist students in taking their place in that world.

TSA competitive events address the NJCCCS for 21st Century Life and Careers. Through participation in TSA activities, students gain the knowledge and skills needed to prepare them to engage as active citizens in a dynamic global society and to successfully meet the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century global workplace.

Involvement with TSA also meets national standards in science, technology, engineering and math.

TSA and NJCCCS 9.4 (21st Century Life and Careers)

TSA and Science Standards (PDF)

TSA and Technology Standards (PDF)

TSA and Engineering Standards (PDF)

TSA and Math Standards (PDF)

TSA and the 16 Career Clusters (PDF)

For more information, visit the official NJ TSA website.

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