SEA is a branch of the National Education Association SEA is an association geared for future teachers that are dedicated to providing student teachers with professional development activities as well as developing leadership skills essential for the classroom. SEA welcomes ALL Education majors including Counseling, Special Education, Secondary Education, and Elementary Education.
By being a part of this organization, members will have the opportunity to volunteer time to their community and play a vital role in making education apart of children's lives. As a participating member of SEA, members will have the chance to participate in Back Pack Drives, Read-a-Thons, tutoring programs, book drives, and other community events. In addition to community outreach events, SEA offers professional development opportunities such as a Principals Panel, Fall Conference, and Spring Conference.
Be sure to visit the SEA website to learn more about getting involved, meet the current officers, see our events calendar, and view past event photos.
We look forward to having you as a member of SEA!!
Joining is as easy as going to https://ims.nea.org/JoinNea// and filling out the information. Membership is good from September 1 - August 31.
Once you join, please send an email to our local chapter account email@example.com so that we can add you to our email list and inform you of upcoming events.
Interested in volunteering? Contact us, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Principal's Panel - Local principals will attend the panel to answer questions from teacher candidates about interviews, portfolios, what they look for in a candidate, etc. This is a wonderful experience and a great professional development event.
April 28, 2014
University Center 127
6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
CPR Training - This will be available for all blocks. The certification will be through the American Heart Association. Please contact LaDonna McWhorter at email@example.com to reserve a spot. Space is limited.
May 8, 2014
University Center 127
Block Buddies - The SEA is working on creating a “Block Buddy” program. We would like to help those in the beginning blocks to answer any questions they may have and give them some helpful information as well as what to expect as they continue in the SOE program. Once we have a definite beginning date, we will post this on the bulletin board, this website, and our Facebook page.
Please check out and "LIKE" our Facebook page (IU Southeast Student Education Association), as we post upcoming events and meeting dates regularly, and more importantly, it's a great forum to hear from you!
Laura Ann Carr