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Who is Arizona

Education Association-Retired?

AEA Retired is a statewide local of the AEA & NEA.

 

We hold a seat on AEA Board of Directors. Our local is statewide. We have 7 local chapters throughout the state.


Mission
Now, more than ever, the commitment continues.
NEA-Retired membership today is more than 275,000 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.


Overview
AEA Retired works to protect the futures of our members, retired public school employees who are AEA members.

 

New members are welcome.

 

We monitor the Arizona State Retirement System, by attending each meeting, and serving on its various committees.


We also work hard to fulfill the commitments of AEA. This means that we actively work to accomplish the AEA Legislative Agenda, mentor new teachers and assist AEA in fulfilling its goals.

 

We communicate with our members and with our friends in order to be an effective advocate for education retirees, students and teachers within the public school system.


What Else Do We Do?

AEA Retired helps to connect AEA Retired members socially, and to aid in their volunteer efforts by connecting them to local service projects.

 

Each local has many opportunities to network socially. We meet at least quarterly, and more often for separate committees and groups.

 

There is a place for every AEA Retired member in our chapters, or Executive Board organization. We look forward to hearing from you.

 

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Click here to learn much more!

AEA-Retired works to protect the futures of our members, retired public school employees who are AEA members. We monitor the Arizona State Retirement System, by attending each meeting, and serving on its various committees.

We also work hard to fulfill the commitments of AEA. This means that we actively work to accomplish the AEA Legislative Agenda, mentor new teachers and assist AEA in fulfilling its goals. We communicate with our members and with our friends in order to be an effective advocate for education retirees, students and teachers within the public school system.

What Else Do We Do?

AEA-Retired helps to connect AEA-Retired members socially, and to aid in their volunteer efforts by connecting them to local service projects.

Each chapter has many opportunities to network socially. We meet at least quarterly, and more often for separate committees and groups.

There is a place for every AEA-Retired member in our chapters, or Executive Board organization. We look forward to hearing from you.

Click here for a list of local AEA-Retired Chapters, or to connect to AEA-Retired Executive Board Committees.

Click here to learn much more!

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