2016 - 2017 Association Information                                              www.pctvea.org
 
 

OUR PCTVEA TEXT MESSAGING SYSTEM -

The Passaic County Technical and Vocational Education Association sends Text Messages - throughout the School Day and After Hours - using SMS Marketing/Tatango.

The PCTVEA will send a Text Message to your cell phone with up-to-the-minute important information.     

      All you have to do is request to join!      

                        It is fast and easy!

To join, just text   UNION   to   68398. 

Once you join, we will be able to send you text messages that require your action or are important information for you to know.   As YOU know, at this time, everyone - including YOU - needs to be informed  --  of what is happening  - to YOU -  as a New Jersey Public School Teacher.

Information  from  NJEA :

Members can stretch their pay!

Members are encouraged to visit the NJEA Member Benefits webpage to find ways to buy more for less.

Two valuable Member Benefits deals --

YourOpticalShop.com enables families to purchase extremely inexpensive eyewear. Call 800-530-9203 or visit www.youropticalshop.com. Tri HOPE Group offers free Prescription Savings Cards to all NJEA members, their families, and friends. You may find significant savings by using the website - www.NJEAHippPayLess4Meds.com. This site enables you to search pharmacies for the cost of prescriptions in your area right from your computer.

NJEA pension consultants are available --

Remind your members that they are entitled to a free half-hour pension consultation at their regional UniServ office with a trained NJEA pension consultant. As soon as your members are considering retirement, they should call their regional UniServ office to schedule a consultation.

Got stress? Call AID-NJEA --

AID-NJEA is a free, confidential 24-hour telephone helpline for school staff members and their families. Educators and school counselors are on the line from noon until 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and until 6 p.m. on Fridays to provide peer-to-peer support and information to callers. In addition, University Behavioral Health Care provides mental health professionals who answer the helpline during all other hours for 24/7 coverage. The program provides telephone support, information and resources for school employees experiencing some distress in their work or personal lives. Call 866-AID-NJEA (866-243-6532) anytime. Visit www.aidnjea.org for more information.

 

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