On Monday, January 21, the state officers had their January service project at Hagley Museum’s Invention Convention. Along with many from the TSA chapter at P.S. duPont Middle School, the state officer team spent the day helping younger kids explore technology. These young boys and girls got the opportunity to take apart old machines and electronics such as vacuums, alarm clocks, keyboards, telephones, VCR players, and speakers to see what makes them up and how they work. The state officers and the members of P.S. duPont TSA assisted in recycling, handling tools, and keeping the “Tinkering Room” organized, safe, and fun for the kids.
Special thanks to John Singer, Management Team member and advisor of P.S. duPont TSA for organizing the project with Hagley Museum! To see pictures from the January service project, check out the Photo Gallery!