“The answers are always in the community, and the key to getting the answers is to bring the community together”
Sep 10th Columbus City Attorney Zach Klein
Sep 23rd Franklin County Commissioner Kevin Boyce
Sep 24th NEA Executive Committee Member Shelly Krajacic
Sep 29th Congresswoman Joyce Beatty
Oct 13th Noelle Arnold PhD, Associate Dean, OSU
More being added
Join us, virtually, at 6:00 PM to engage in discussions on race, bias, disparity, and reform. Hear from community leaders and experts on this critical range of issues.
Register at www.centraloeanea.org. Zoom info will be emailed to registered participants.
Log in to your Central account (or create an account if you don't have one)
Scroll down to the speaker series session(s) you wish to register for and click "Attending"
Wait a short moment for it to register. That's it.
Education Advocate Leaders (EALs) are members! They strengthen their local associations legislative and political grassroots capacity year-round, by engaging fellow members around legislative and political campaigns.
Each local can have up to three Education Advocate Leaders one to represent primary, intermediate, and secondary educators or one to represent the different classifications in a classified local, SCOPE or Higher Ed. Central OEA/NEA will provide a $100 stipend to each local Education Advocate Leader.
To become an Education Advocate Leader apply online: www.centraloeanea.org/eal
A list of criteria for receiving the Education Advocate Leader stipend follows. Mandatory Criteria:
Communicate with your local/colleagues on education issues
Contribute to the OEA Fund for Children and Public Education
Attend an Education Advocate Leader training session
Play an active role in local election activities
Attend at least 1 OEA phone bank or canvass
Like and Share Central Social Media Content
Stipends are paid in December to Education Advocate Leaders who have completed all the mandatory requirements.
Education Advocate Leader training details:
We will have a virtual training on August 4, 2020 at 6:00 pm via Zoom.
Register for a training by logging in to your Central account, where you will be taken to a list of events, then select "Going" on the Education Advocate Leader Training event.
Topics covered will include:
Communication & Involvement (sign up colleagues to ACE’s list, disseminating info to your local)
How to deliver an effective message
10 Reasons to belong to OEA
Cyber lobbying, and engaging Central, OEA, NEA Social Media