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The high cost of hiring an attorney to protect employment rights should not be a deterrent to an OEA member. Each year, the OEA-NEA Legal Services Program provides paid legal representation to members who are forced to take legal action in a matter relating to their job.
The NEA/OEA Attorney Referral Program provides members two free 30-minute consultation sessions as well as additional legal services on personal matters at a substantially reduced rate.
The NEA is excited to announce the launch of its ESP Leadership Institute to train Educational Support Professionals members to become even more effective leaders in their associations. The deadline to apply is midnight, Sept. 13, 2019.
Members will meet at 4 p.m. in the grassy area alongside the Columbus Firefighters’ Union Hall, 379 W. Broad St. (same location as the prior march) for a brief rally before heading over the bridge to city council for our picket. The event will end at 6 p.m. Wear your red CEA shirt and contract campaign button.
In Ohio, school board members serve four-year terms and appear on the ballot every odd year in November. OEA is offering a FREE seminar June 22 or July 27 for interested (and potential) candidates for any Ohio school board race to help teams prepare to run a successful campaign. RSVP today.
The intent of OEA/NEA Educators Employment Liability (ELL) program is to protect members — whether classroom teachers or support professionals — from personal financial liability for most incidents arising out of their educational employment activities or duties. Complete and return this form by Sept. 20th.
Ohio’s New Educators (ONE) is hosting a series of one-day workshops that will help you feel confident and prepared as a new educator. Choose from July 10th, 22nd, 23rd, & Aug. 6th
The workshops are designed for new Local Treasurers as well as experienced treasurers who want a refresher. Other local officers are also welcome attend. OEA Treasurer Mark Hill will facilitate the workshops
June 18-19, 2019 | This program, led by a diverse cadre of local presidents and OEA staff, will provide participants the opportunity to learn about the roles and responsibilities of a local president and skills needed to be successful.
The OEA Bargaining Boot Camps will provide local-specific financial analysis, health insurance, and contract language assessments.