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NEA-Retired Annual Meeting

Charting the course of NEA-Retired.
NEA-Retired members at the quilt booth Gerald Lillard

Each year, more than 400 delegates from NEA-Retired gather for a two-day meeting to connect with their colleagues and lead the way on key retirement issues.

2021 Post-Summit NEA-Retired Virtual Meeting

 

Poster for NEA Retired Meeting

 

 

Registration will be open until February 19.
Registration Fee: $30
Click here to register!

2020 Virtual NEA-Retired Conference

“Elections matter!” That was the resounding theme of the first-ever virtual 2020 NEA-Retired Annual Meeting, which took place June 29 and 30. Read more highlights here.

Elections

To nominate a Retired members for a 2021 NEA-Retired office, please use this link to file one’s candidacy (www.nea.org/nea-retired-nomination-form) or use the hard copy form located in the winter edition of the Retired magazine

Business Meeting Information & Governance Documents

Programs & Awards

Support aspiring educators through the Jack Kinnaman Scholarship program.

NEA-Retired recognize the hard work and contributions of NEA-Retired members through its Distinguished Service Award, Communications Awards for newsletters and websites, and Membership Awards.

Distinguished Service Awards

Communications Award 

Membership Awards

NEA-Retired member Marilyn Warner
Through my local, state, and national involvement on various committees, I get to see the enthusiasm of active educators and hear about the projects they’re working on. It’s important to stay involved and help keep public education alive. As a retiree, I have time to work during the day and help the association.
Quote by: Marilyn Warner, Retired Elementary School Teacher
National Education Association

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The National Education Association (NEA), the nation's largest professional employee organization, is committed to advancing the cause of public education. NEA's 3 million members work at every level of education—from pre-school to university graduate programs. NEA has affiliate organizations in every state and in more than 14,000 communities across the United States.