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Aspiring Educators Chapter Toolkit

The Aspiring Educators Chapter Toolkit was created to help Aspiring Educators members create, build, and expand their AEA / NEA AE chapters.
Published: 02/01/2021

Welcome! If you have found your way to this toolkit, chances are you are a college student passionate about entering your career as an educator. You want to meet and network with others on your campus and beyond who share your enthusiasm. You want to get more involved in your local community, strive for social justice, and leave a legacy for your students, your community, and the profession.

This toolkit and all of its resources have been created by college student leaders just like you to help you create, build, and expand your NEA Aspiring Educators chapter. You can find things like a sample constitution, social media strategies, and financial information. Some things are even immediately transferable to your own needs, like the sample meeting agenda or the leadership planning guide.

Download the full toolkit here to get started!

Become an Aspiring Educator

AEA/NEA’s Aspiring Educators Program supports, develops, and empowers diverse, pre-service teachers with the resources, networks, and opportunities to lead in their schools, communities, and in all phases of their career.

The AEA Foundation for Teaching & Learning

The AEA Foundation for Teaching & Learning is a tax-exempt, publicly supported charitable organization described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributors receive full charitable tax benefits.
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Keeping the Promise of Quality Public Education

With more than 20,000 members, the Arizona Education Association (AEA) is the largest professional association for public school employees in Arizona. AEA members are teachers, community college professors, counselors, speech pathologists, bus drivers, secretaries, retired educators and student teachers and they belong to more than 150 local affiliates across Arizona.