As the professionals who work with Ohio’s students every day, OEA members have chosen to devote their careers to public education. All active or retired OEA members — whether they’re teachers, secretaries, bus drivers, nurses, support professionals, or JVS or higher education faculty — care about students. And OEA membership is there to support you in the important, life-changing work that you’re doing. In the Member Center, you can find information about your OEA membership.
OEA and its parent organization, the National Education Association, offer an impressive array of services and benefits, providing members with financial gains, legal representation and protection, and professional development, as well as resources and programs.
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As a benefit of membership, members get free consultations and reduced fee legal work through OEA’s Attorney Referral Program. Members also receive professional liability insurance through the Educators Employment Liability (EEL) Program.
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eDues is an easy, convenient alternative method to pay your United Education Profession (UEP) dues other than by payroll deductions. It is an online self-enrollment program that allows dues to be paid from a checking, savings or credit card. eDues may be established as a one-time payment or bi-monthly draws on the 1st and 15th of each month starting October 1st.
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