Student MEA

What is SMEA?
Who is eligible to join SMEA?

Why should I join SMEA?

How to join SMEA

SMEA Membership Application -
SMEA Membership Application for the 2015-16 school year is now available.

Other Benefits of SMEA

Student Programs Advisory Committee

SMEA Conference
Information about the Student MEA conference is usually available in January.
Student Rebate Form (PDF)

Did you know that when you get your first job, as a first year educator and member of MEA, you qualify for a rebate of your student membership dues from when you were in college?  As a member of Student MEA you are also a member of NEA and you can receive $20 from NEA for every year you were part of the Student MEA Program (for up to 4 years).  For example, if you were a student member for 2 years, you would receive $40 back in dues from the NEA!  This must be for the first year you are teaching or working as a support staff member in a public school system in order to qualify for the rebate.

All you have to do is fill out the Student Rebate Form and fax or email the document to NEA (details on the form). DEADLINE IS: May 1, 2015.

SMEA Election Guidelines (PDF)

SMEA Nomination Form (PDF)

Student Teacher Mentoring Program (PDF)

SMEA Contact Information:

If you have questions regarding the SMEA program and what it has to offer, you may contact the following individuals:

Wendy Heinig
Staff Liaison
SMEA Program
1216 Kendale Blvd.
East Lansing, MI 48823
800-292-1934 ext. 5446
E-mail: wheinig@mea.org

If you are interested in establishing an SMEA chapter on your campus, you may contact:

Wendy Heinig
Staff Liaison
SMEA Program
1216 Kendale Blvd.
East Lansing, MI 48823
800-292-1934 ext. 5446
E-mail: wheinig@mea.org