The Minority Affairs Committee of the Prince George’s County Educators’ Association has established a scholarship fund. Scholarships will be awarded to minority students who will graduate from a Prince George’s County public high school in the 2017-2018 school year. Scholarships are a minimum of $500.00 and will be given in recognition of outstanding academic performance, leadership qualities, and financial need. All information must be postmarked by April 11, 2018 (no exceptions).
The two types of scholarships offered are: Merit and Merit/Need
PGCEA Board of Directors and Delegates are elected by the general membership. If this sounds like it might interest you, please nominate yourself and open up the possibility of increasing your involvement in the Association.
The deadline for nominating yourself to run in the 2018 PGCEA General Elections isNovember 30, 2017, by 4:30 p.m.
Eligible members may run for President (2018-2021), Board of Directors (2018-2020), NEA Delegate (Convention in June/July 2018) and, MSEA Delegate (Convention in October 2018).
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The BJ’s discounts are available once a quarter. The 3rd quarter dates will be March 1-16. Renewing members get $15 off the $55 annual membership fee (or) $30 off the $110 Rewards membership fee PLUS 13 months = 1 month FREE. New members pay $25 for the basic membership or $50 for the Rewards membership for a 12-month membership. A Free household card is included with each membership. Renew ahead of time and BJ’s will add the 13 months to the end of your current membership. If you are interested, the application and instructions are attached.
THE BEST NEWS – BJ’s will donate $5 of your membership fee back to the PGCEA Education Foundation.
(This is a special marketing program and it is not available at the store or online. Offer subject to change)
Click here to access the application and instructions.
Prince George’s County Educators Association Foundation Inc.
The Prince George’s County Public System serves 28 high schools with over 8,000 graduating seniors. For over 40 years our founding organization, The Prince George’s County Educators Association has provided financial assistance in the form of scholarships to deserving high school seniors from the county.
In 2011 the PGCEA-F was formed to facilitate their dreams of a college education. Our recipients have gone on to attend institutions of higher learning not only in the state but across the country.