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HSTA searches for negotiations and research specialist, executive assistant

HSTA searches for negotiations and research specialist, executive assistant

Apply by July 31 to help us bargain on behalf of public school educators statewide

HSTA has an opening for a specialist responsible for researching, and providing data analyses and presenting recommendations regarding collective bargaining and advocacy, as well as an executive assistant who will work with our deputy executive director.

  Wednesday, July 1, 2020  /  Number of views (613)
What 12-month teachers need to know before returning to work on June 1

What 12-month teachers need to know before returning to work on June 1

An explanation, FAQs, and why 12-monthers should strongly consider applying to telework ASAP

Read FAQs and guidance for 12-month educators, including HSTA's strong recommendation that all those interested should immediately fill out a telework application/request.

  Wednesday, May 27, 2020  /  Number of views (2003)
Apply now! HSTA hiring professional development specialist

Apply now! HSTA hiring professional development specialist

Work with us to provide PD to educators across the state

The Hawaii State Teachers Association has an opening for the Instruction and Professional Development (IPD) specialist position on the island of Oahu and is seeking someone to manage all aspects of the professional development program for the Association.

  Friday, September 20, 2019  /  Number of views (1208)
Lock in your NEA-Retired lifetime membership before dues increase

Lock in your NEA-Retired lifetime membership before dues increase

One-time fee of $250 increases to $300 on Sept. 1, 2019

We know you're still working, but it's never too early to plan for your future. Join now to become an NEA-R Pre-Retired Life Membership subscriber.

  Wednesday, August 28, 2019  /  Number of views (969)
Stipends available through the Grow Our Own Teachers Initiative

Stipends available through the Grow Our Own Teachers Initiative

Learn about this partnership between the Hawaii Department of Education and University of Hawaii at Manoa College of Education

Emergency hires, substitutes, and educational assistants are encouraged to take advantage of the opportunity so they can expand their knowledge and gain substantial raises by becoming full-fledged licensed teachers.

  Thursday, August 8, 2019  /  Number of views (1758)
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