Welcome to NEA-Retired!
2016 Retired Annual Meeting June 29 – 30
999 9th Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20001
Registration is now open! Please click here to register for the conference and make your hotel reservation.
This web page will be your go-to site for all documents related to the Retired Annual Meeting, so please check back here for information and agenda items. As they are updated, we will publish them here for you.
Thank you, and see you in Washington, DC!
See how you can help in your state
The Florida and Arizona M.O.R.E. Projects are working to organize a highly effective army of retired educators who will stand up for public education, educators, and each other.
Join with over 3,000 other NEA-Retired Members that live within a 50 mile radius of downtown Washington, DC. Your expertise and years of experience are crucial during this critical turning point in NEA’s history.
Carry on Jack Kinnamon's spirit of helping others with your contribution. A brief history about the Fund and donation instrutions are provided.
Review a full itemization of all rquirements, regulations and procedures presiding over NEA Retired officer and elected personnel elections.
NEA-Retired membership today is more than 300,000 and we continue to lead the way in public education
and on critical issues. We work with NEA members to:
- Protect and improve retirement pension, and health benefits—including state pensions, Social Security and Medicare.
- Improve public education through mentoring, literacy, and intergenerational programs and activities.
- Achieve legislative and political action goals for education and education employees.
Whether you’re already retired or just thinking about retirement down the road, there are many advantages to being an NEA-Retired member. They include:
- Staying connected with fellow NEA members and programs
- Opportunities to share your expertise by volunteering and mentoring
- NEA’s political and legislative efforts to protect your retirement resources
- Subscription to NEA’s bimonthly retiree magazine, This Active Life
- A variety of member benefits, such as:
- insurance programs
- credit programs
- loan and mortgage programs
- deposit savings accounts
- investment programs
Retired members also:
- Continue their involvement with their State Association and the NEA and enjoy new and different activities with former colleagues and new friends.
- Volunteer in community-based programs that help make America stronger.
- Participate in national and regional conferences and seminars.
In addition, NEA-Retired provides its members with a wide range of benefits through NEA Member Benefits.