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FTHS Senior Achieves Noteworthy Distinction with New Jersey TSA

Sahil Maher Freehold Township High School senior Sahil Maher recently began his second consecutive term as the state president of the New Jersey TSA (Technology Student Association).  This achievement makes Sahil the first consecutive two-term state president in roughly a decade.

In addition to his years in office, Sahil has achieved a lot in the association on a statewide scale, such as implementing leadership roles and strategizing ways to give students the best opportunity to be successful.

When Sahil attended the National TSA Conference in Dallas, Texas, he participated in meetings with State Presidents from across the nation, as well as the National Officer Team, on solutions to promote the organization’s standing. He constantly develops the association through innovation and with a mindset for a greater future in the academic sphere. 

New Jersey TSA has close to 100 chapters and 14,000 dedicated student members. The organization’s goal is to help students understand their technological world and to assist students in taking their place in that world.