Prudential Enrollment at Convention

The NJEA-endorsed disability insurance program will have a special process in place to help NJEA members enroll when they stop by Booth 1900 (Prudential) at Convention this week.  Although this is NOT an Open Enrollment, members will have the opportunity to meet face-to-face with representatives, apply for new or increased coverage and learn within a […]

Education Discussion with Ambassador Phil Murphy

Join the NJEA officers as they host an Education Discussion with Ambassador Phil Murphy, the NJEA-endorsed candidate for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination. This session replaces the originally scheduled session with the Commissioner of Education. Friday, Nov. 11 9:30 – 11 a.m. Hall A  

Convention After Dark

You’ve worked hard all day. Convention After Dark helps you unwind and enjoy what Atlantic City has to offer. Your NJEA Convention badge is your admission to these events. Except for Thursday night’s events at the Golden Nugget Grand Ballroom and the Early-Career Member event, activities are open to NJEA members, NJEA staff, registered presenters […]

Where’s my badge?

Your NJEA Convention badge is one of the best benefits of your NJEA membership—you get it because you’re a member. Nonmembers pay as much as $150 to attend the convention. This year, recording your attendance at a professional development session or providing your contact information to an exhibitor will be simple—you’ll just “tap” your badge […]

Promote your writing at the NJEA Convention

Authors’ Alley is an area on the NJEA Convention exhibit floor that provides preservice, active and retired NJEA members a chance to showcase materials they have published that enhance and add value to the teaching profession or can serve as useful educational resources for teachers and parents. Members interested in exhibiting in Authors’ Alley must be willing to offer members advice on how to go about publishing their authored works.