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Enter now! Your design could be featured on HSTA's new T-shirt

Enter now! Your design could be featured on HSTA's new T-shirt

Eight members will win, and the grand prize winner will receive $500!

The Hawaii State Teachers Association is designing a new T-shirt and we want our members to get involved! Eight members will win, and the grand prize winner will receive $500!

  Friday, September 27, 2019  /  Number of views (885)
Free workshops aim to help members on road to homeownership

Free workshops aim to help members on road to homeownership

Sessions on Oahu, Hawaii Island, and Kauai provided by Hawaii HomeOwnership Center

Interested in purchasing a home, but don't know if you have the resources? The Hawaii State Teachers Association is partnering with the Hawaii HomeOwnership Center to provide informational workshops for members on Oahu, Kona and Kauai. 

  Friday, September 27, 2019  /  Number of views (376)
Fall into savings with HSTA’s Office Depot/OfficeMax discount program

Fall into savings with HSTA’s Office Depot/OfficeMax discount program

Get your free Office Depot discount card on the go

As a member of the Hawaii State Teachers Association, you have exclusive access to discounted pricing on tools for your classroom, courtesy of Office Depot and OfficeMax.

  Friday, September 27, 2019  /  Number of views (527)
Did you receive a text message from HSTA? It wasn't spam

Did you receive a text message from HSTA? It wasn't spam

HSTA uses an app called Hustle to reach members as quickly as possible

Member engagement involving critical, time-sensitive information sometimes requires HSTA to spread the word through means other than email, social media, or hard copy flyers.

  Thursday, September 26, 2019  /  Number of views (731)
On Hawaii Island, educators suggest ways the state could retain more teachers

On Hawaii Island, educators suggest ways the state could retain more teachers

Consulting firm holds fourth and final listening session at Keaau High School

“I advise every kid not to become a teacher, because it would be irresponsible for me to tell someone to get a four-year degree and not make ends meet,” Eric Hagiwara, a math, robotics, and programming teacher at Waiakea High, said.

  Thursday, September 26, 2019  /  Number of views (798)
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