Supporting Our Chapters in Eastern North Carolina – Hurricane Florence

North Carolina TSA is partnering with its TSA Chapters in Eastern North Carolina as we give back to those impacted most by Hurricane Florence.

Many are still in shelters and without power.  Several counties have yet to return to school.  Please consider supporting the chapters listed below by clicking on the hyperlink and purchasing the items that they need most right now.  The items will be sent directly to TSA Advisor at the school so that they can be disseminated.

If you would like to make a tax deductible monetary donation, please make it payable to:

North Carolina TSA

c/o Kathleen Squibb Champion Fund

292 Ridgefield Rd.

Boone, NC 28607

All donations will be distributed to the chapters as they rebuild.

Please feel free to contact Jerianne Taylor at with any questions.

NC TSA Chapters impacted by Hurricane Florence County
Carver Middle School Scotland County
Charles B. Aycock High School Wayne County
Clayton High School Johnston County
Clinton High School Sampson County
Contentnea-Savannah K-8 Lenoir County
Corinth Holders High School Johnston County
Down East Middle School Carteret County
E. B. Frink Middle School Lenoir County
East Duplin High School Duplin County
Forest Hills High School Union County
Greene County Middle School Greene County
James B. Hunt High School Wilson County
Mount Olive Middle School Lenoir County
Norwayne Middle School Wayne County
Sanlee Middle School Lee County
Scotland Early College High School Scotland County
Smithfield Middle School Johnston County
Spring Hill Middle School Scotland County
Terry Sanford High School Cumberland County
Tucker Creek Middle School Craven County
Wayne School Of Engineering Wayne County
Wayne School Of Engineering MS Wayne County
West Craven High School Craven County
Williston Middle School New Hanover County

What is TSA?

The Technology Student Association is a non-profit national student organization devoted to teaching technology education to young people. TSA’s mission is to inspire its student members to prepare for careers in a technology-driven economy and culture. The demand for technological expertise is escalating in American industry. Therefore, TSA’s teachers strive to promote technological literacy, leadership, and problem solving to their student membership.

Students are challenged to use and improve their STEM skills in both team and individual events in such areas as: communication; design and engineering; environmental systems; transportation; and manufacturing/construction.

  • competitionCompetition
  • innovationInnovation
  • teamworkTeamwork

State Officers

Neil Williamson


Navya Dixit


Sarah Jarrell


Angel Koshy


Cindy Liu


Avery Bass

Middle School VP