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Last 4 Digits of Your Social Security Number
City, State, Zip
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American Indian/Alaska Native
Caucasian (Not Hispanic Origin)
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
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Bus/Truck/Van Driver BTVD
Cook/Food Preparation COOK
Instructional Specialist INSP
Library Assistant/Technical LIAS
Physical Therapist PHTH
Principal/Assistant Principal PRIN
Registered Nurse RGNU
Secretary/Clerk/Admin Services SCOT
Social Worker SCWK
Special Ed Assistant SEDA
Speech/Hearing Therapist SHTH
Teacher (Classroom) CLTR
Teacher Aide (Assistant) TIPA
Adult Educator ADED
Literacy Coach LITC
What subject do you teach?
If none, put NA
How long have you been an educator?
1 - 5 years
5 - 10 years
10 + years
Where did you graduate/get trained/get certified?
Have you ever been a member of The SCEA?
How did you hear about The SCEA?
Were you a student member?
Local Association - Scroll down to locate your local
Select Your Local from the Drop-Down Menu
Batesburg / Leesville
Cedar Springs (SCSDB)
Florence 2 & 5
Florence 3 & 4
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Your Professional Dues
1) Find Your Membership Type
Indicate which type of membership applies to you.
AC-0-100 (Active Professional - FT)
AC-0-50 (Active Professional - PT)
SF-0-0 (The SCEA Staff)
RS-1-0 (Reserve (Former Active Professional))
RS-2-0 (Reserve (Former Active ESP))
2) Find Your NEA and State Dues
Select the one that applies to you. For each membership type, NEA dues appear first and then State Dues.
AC-0-100 189 + 275 = 464
AC-0-50 106 + 130.50 = 236.50
ES-0-100 115.50 + 142.50 = 258
ES-0-50 69.50 + 70.25 = 139.75
AS-0-0 0 + 124.50 = 124.50
SB-0-0 15 + 70.25 = 85.25
RS-1-0 83 + 245 = 328
RS-2-0 46.50 + 127.50 = 174.00
SB-0-0 15 + 5 = 20
SB-0-0 83 + 124.50 = 207.50
3) Find Your Local Association Dues
Select Your Local. If there are two amounts shown for dues, the 1st one is for certified and the 2nd one is for support personnel. These amounts represent the total annual dues amounts for each Local. Each Local votes on and decides their dues amounts.
Abbeville 10 / 5
Allendale 10 / 7
Anderson 1 20
Anderson 2 10
Anderson 3 15 /10
Anderson 4 10
Anderson 5 10
Barnwell 15 / 7.50
Batesburg / Leesville 10 / 5
Beaufort 15 / 8
Blackville 10 / 5
Cedar Springs (SCSDB) 23
Dillon 10 / 5
Dorchester 10 / 5
Florence 1 12
Florence 2 & 5 10
Florence 3 & 4 10 / 5
Greenville 30 / 10
Hampton 6 / 3
Lex/Rich 5 25
Lancaster 10 / 5
Lexington 1 8 / 4
Lexington 2 10 / 5
Oconee 25 / 15
Orangeburg 3 10
Orangeburg 4 10
Orangeburg 5 15
Palmetto Correctional 11
Spartanburg 50 / 20
Williamsburg 15 /10.00
Williston 10 / 5
York (All) 13 / 1
4) NEA FPSC (Optional $15 donation)
5) Total Annual (NEA, State, Local, FPSC)
Please put the total of Nea, State, Local and FPSC
About Your Dues
Your total dues includes NEA, The SCEA, and your Local dues. Your Local dues will depend on where you are employed. Legal Protection for Employment Matters: An individual whose membership was paid in full for the previous year shall be granted legal services on a continuing basis through October 15th of the new membership year. A new employee shall have a grace period of 30 days from the effective date of employment to join The SCEA in order to receive legal assistance. An individual joining The SCEA after October 15th or a new employee joining after the 30-day grace period must be a member for 30 days prior to receiving assistance fromthe Association. PUBLICATION LANGUAGE: I understand that of The South Carolina Education Association state dues, $4.00 is for a subscription to the NEA includes $5.65 for NEA TODAY, $3.40 for TOMORROW'S TEACHERS, and/ or $5.60 for higher education publications. Publications received by members are based on membership category.
Fund for Children and Public Education
The National Education Association Fund for Children and Public Education collects voluntary contributions from Association members and uses these contributions for political purposes, including, but not limited to, making contributions to and expenditures on behalf of friends of public education who are candidates for federal office. Only U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents may contribute to the NEA Fund. Contributions to The NEA Fund for Children and Public Education are voluntary; making a contribution is neither a condition of employment nor membership in the Association, and members have the right to refuse to contribute without suffering any reprisal. Although The NEA Fund for Children and Public Education requests an annual contribution of $15, this is only a suggestion. A member ma y contribute more or less than the suggested amount, or may contribute nothing at all, without it affecting his or her membership status, rights, or benefits in NEA or any of its affiliates. Contributions or gifts to The NEA Fund for Children and Public Education are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. Federal law requires us to use our best efforts to collect and report the name, mailing address, occupation and name of employer for each individual whose contributions aggregate in excess of $200 in a calendar year. Federal law prohibits The NEA Fund for Children and Public Education from receiving donations from persons other than members of NEA and its affiliates, and their immediate families. All donations from persons other than members of NEA and its affiliates, and their immediate families, will be returned forthwith. In accordance with The SCEA Bylaws, contributions to The SCEA Political Action Fund have been assessed with The SCEA dues. Any member wishing not to contribute must contact The SCEA in writing for a $10.00 refund. IRS Language: Dues payments are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. Dues payments (or a portion) may be deductible as a miscellaneous itemized deduction. However, $27.21 of your dues is not deductible ($10.00 for PAC and $17.21 for lobbying.)
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Pay Dues by EFT Bank Draft
Easy Pay Plan-Draft from Bank Account
The SCEA offers several payment options for your convenience. Our Easy Pay Plan allows for a draft from a bank or savings account, and credit or debit cards. You may also pay in full, all at once. Please provide the information required below for the option of your choice.
Transit # or Routing #
Type carefully and check your numbers for accuracy.
Once per month
Twice per month
One payment, all at once
Pay Dues by Credit or Debit Card
Easy Pay Plan-Draft from Credit or Debit Card
Sign me up on The SCEA Easy Pay Plan. I request and authorize The SCEA to make equal deduction(s) from my checking account. I have read the EFT draft schedule that is provided on The SCEA's website at www.thescea.org. Such request and authorization with no refund shall continue each year until I notify the SCEA on the appropriate form (contact The SCEA office for form) to discontinue my membership. This authorization shall permit and accept any changes in the amount of dues adopted by the governing body prior to first withdrawal for which The SCEA will send notice to the address it has on file for me. I hereby authorize The SCEA to initiate debit entries to my checking account indicated below and the bank name below, hereinafter-called BANK, to debit the same to such account. I will not hold my BANK liable for any erroneous debits made by THE SCEA. This authorization is to remain in full force and effect until BANK has received notification from me of its termination in such time and in such manner as to afford BANK a reasonable opportunity to act on it. A customer has the right to stop payment of a debit entry by notification on to BANK prior to charging account. After account has been charged, a customer has the right to have amount of the erroneous debit immediately credited to their account by BANK up to fifteen (15) days following issuance of statement of account or forty-five (45) days after the charge, whichever comes first.
Name on Card (exactly as it appears on the card)
Type carefully and check your numbers for accuracy.
3-Digit Security Code
What would you find most useful to help you and your students succeed?
Check all that apply.
Access to mentors or coaches
Professional development programs or training
Working with administrators
Working with parents
Which of the following areas and issues are most important to you?
Check all that apply.
Conditions in the Classroom
Education Policy (testing, funding, etc.)
Parental and Community Engagement
School funding issures
Which of the following services and tools are most valuable to you?
check all that apply
Degrees not Debt - reducing your student loan payments and loan forgiveness
Political Advocacy - opportunities to advocate for laws and policies that ensure the schools our students deserve
Education Policy - opportunities to impact education policy at the local, state, and national level, and build stronger school environments for students
Social and economic justice - opportunities to improve the conditions students face inside and outside of the school
Before You Send Your Form
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