A one page set of instructions for logging in to the NJEA website can be found here.
A short PDF document that details logging on to the capemaycountyea.org website enabling you to register for an event as an individual from a Cape May County local.
You must be logged in to register for an event.
Hi Everyone…As President of Cape May County Education Association, I wanted to let you know that it’s election time again. Your Executive Committee is the team that is responsible for putting together our calendar that is filled with professional development workshops, legislative meetings, “meet & greet” opportunities with legislators, as well as up-to-date workshops on the latest evaluation, bargaining and job related issues. Our team consists of elected officers, congressional and government-relations committee members and a delegate assembly member—who represents Cape May County at the NJEA Delegate Assembly meetings. Each position is elected for two years and this year we are electing the following postions: NJEA Executive Committee, Vice-President, Treasurer, Corresponding Secretary and Delegate Assembly Representative.
There are also many other opportunities to get involved as a NJEA member. Each local should have representation at our Legislative Action Team meetings and our Rep Council meetings. This is your chance to learn information first hand and bring it back to your local. NJEA also has many committees and we are always looking for interested members to serve on these committees as the voice of Cape May County.
If you are interested in an elected position, please let me know as soon as possible at email@example.com. We will also be taking nominations from the floor at the February 15th Rep Council meeting. Below are the job descriptions from our By-Laws and I would be happy to answer any questions you might have.
Thank you for all you do for the children of Cape May County!
The Vice-President shall assume all duties of the President in his absence, and shall work closely with one or more standing committees as the Presidents may suggest. He shall become President whenever the Presidency becomes vacant as provided in Article V, Section 3 of the Constitution.
The Corresponding Secretary shall attend to all correspondence pertaining to the Association. He/She shall assist with other Association matters as designed by the President. It is the Corresponding Secretary’s responsibility to maintain and update capemaycountyea.org, send weekly emails to the membership outlining upcoming events and requests for political action, and collate registration and generate sign-in sheets and reports for each CMCEA event. The duties are technical in nature and require an ability to utilize NJEA’s platform for web pages, WordPress, and NJEA’s API provider for bulk email, MailChimp. In addition, it is expected that the Corresponding Secretary can complete common tasks using Microsoft Office.
The Treasurer shall hold the funds of the Association and disburse them upon authorization by the Executive Board. He/She shall prepare and keep an accurate account of receipts and disbursements, shall report to the Executive Board and Representative Council at each meeting. He/She shall assist in preparing an annual budget and shall prepare the books for yearly audit. Shall sign all checks along with the President and/or other designated officer; keep accurate records of receipts and disbursements based on a voucher system that requires approval by the president; supervise and be responsible for the timely filing of the appropriate state and federal forms as required; and provide for an annual report of all financial records; and shall be bonded under the policy provided by NJEA.