Title: Fund for Children and Public Education Political Action Coordinator
Stipend: $2,500 annually.
Term of Appointment: 1 year
Job Goal: To increase the Fund for Children and Public Education contributions made by Central OEA/NEA members

Job Summary: Identify, develop and deliver fundraising training and assistance to locals. Will be responsible for increasing Fund for Children and Public Education contributions by Central OEA/NEA members.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

• Works with the Organizing Committee, Central staff, OEA Governmental Services staff and labor relations consultants to identify locals that require Fund for Children and Public Education fundraising assistance/training
• Identifies Fund for Children and Public Education liaisons at targeted locals
• Develops training based on best practices from high performing locals
• Delivers training and fundraising assistance to targeted locals
• Organizes the Fund for Children and Public Education drive at the annual Central Representative Assembly and other events as needed.

Applications can be submitted using this form, and must be received by September 7th, 2018.

Central looks to recognize members that go above and beyond for the Association each year at the RA in April.

We need your help in nominating members. Below is a list of Central Awards.

Outstanding Local Grassroots Activist

To recognize outstanding service to a local by a member who is not a local officer. In order to receive consideration for the award, an individual must be nominated by their local leadership.

The Outstanding Education Advocate

The Outstanding Education Advocate Award recognizes the contributions of individuals and groups who have demonstrated exemplary advocacy for public education.

Contact the Awards Committee to make recommendations, or download one of the nomination forms here.

OEA Awards Each year OEA recognizes outstanding members and locals at their awards dinner in the spring. The applications for those awards are available on the OEA website and the nominations period opens in late November and closes the Friday of Martin Luther King Jr. week.

For more information about OEA Awards visit https://www.ohea.org/resources/scholarships-and-awards/

Awards Committee Members:

 

Amy Grittani (South-Western EA), Chair and Executive Board Liaison
Paige Harding (Gahanna EA)
Gina Pullin (Hilliard EA)
Jen Longwell (Dublin EA)
Joan Miller (Gahanna EA)
Patricia Naeem (Groveport Madison EA)
Erin Stevens (Pickerington EA)
David Schottner (Bexley EA)
Russell Hughlock – Staff Liaison

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