On Monday, January 16, the Delaware TSA State Officer team volunteered at the Hagley Museum’s Invention Convention. Along with chapter officers from P.S. duPont Middle School and state officers from SkillsUSA, the state officers helped younger children explore the wonders of video editing and even create (and “patent”) their very own inventions! The kids even had the opportunity to take apart old electronics such as Personal Digital Assistants, cell phones, desktop computers, and printers to see what they look like inside and learn how they work. The state officers helped the students with their inventions and disassembling when necessary and even ran a room that taught about sound in videos. The state officers look forward to volunteering at the Invention Convention again next year.
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