Comedy Get Down Tour at Moda Center

OSEA members can get discount tickets for the Comedy Get Down Tour at Moda Center. Cedric ‘The Entertainer,’ Eddie Griffin, D.L. Hughley, and George Lopez have been breaking ground in the comedy business and bringing the laughs for decades. Back by popular demand! This is a once in a lifetime chance to see four members of comedy royalty come together for the comedy event of the year ‘The Comedy Get Down’ on September 14 at Moda Center. Event flyer: Comedy Get Down Tour For tickets, go to www.rosequarter.com/osea and enter Promo Code:... 

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Education Appreciation Day with the Ducks!

The University of Oregon recognizes educators and support staff across Oregon on two awesome game days. The games are on Sept. 8 and Sept. 15. Tickets will be just $36 per seat for all teachers/school staff and anyone they want to bring! The first 100 teachers/staff who sign up using the promo code get an on-field photo at Autzen before the game! Just visit goducks.com/promo and type in the promo code “2018TEACH’ to redeem your discount (all instructions included on brochure)!  Read More

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Free College Now Enrolling for Fall Term. Classes Start August 20

Free College Now Enrolling for Fall Term. Classes Start August 20 The new Union Plus Free College benefit, launched in partnership with AFSCME, is available to you and your family (including spouses, children, grandchildren and financial dependents). The program offers the opportunity to earn a free associate degree from Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) – an accredited, non-profit public institution. EGCC’s accredited online programs are designed with working adults in mind. Students who choose Business Management can focus in... 

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Action on Conference 2018 resolutions; elections

Full resolution and election results from OSEA Conference 2018 are below, with outcomes in italics: RESOLUTIONS RESULTS Unfinished Business (Conference 2017) Resolution 9 – Gives the Board of Directors the authority to determine the number of delegates to send to the Oregon AFL-CIO convention based on available funding. Requires candidates to complete a questionnaire itemizing their knowledge and experience that would be provided to OSEA delegates prior to election. Passed Conference 2018 Resolutions Resolution 1 – Reduces the annual per capita... 

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OSEA is a labor union that represents 20,000 educational employees working in Oregon school districts, community colleges, education service districts, Head Start agencies, libraries and park and recreation districts. As one of the largest labor unions in Oregon, and with the second largest membership of educational staff, OSEA is a recognized leader within the state’s labor and education community. OSEA is the union of choice for secretaries, custodians, security guards, maintenance…  Read More

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Final Membership Incentive Program results

The final numbers for the Membership Incentive Program (MIP) are in. There were 34 chapters that will receive a 10 percent incentive, 46 at 5 percent and 23 at 3 percent. The incentive will be paid before May 31, and the chapter will be notified once the payment has been processed. The... Read More

Member Benefit

Comedy Get Down Tour at Moda Center

OSEA members can get discount tickets for the Comedy Get Down Tour at Moda Center. Cedric ‘The Entertainer,’ Eddie Griffin, D.L. Hughley, and George Lopez have been breaking ground in the comedy business and bringing the laughs for decades. Back by popular demand! This is a once... Read More

Activism

No one can take away your union

Anyone who thinks elections don’t matter should talk with Danny Homan. As president of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Council 61, Homan oversees a union representing 40,000 public employees in Iowa and Missouri. Recent developments in Iowa... Read More

Voices of Experience

First female president shares stories

No collective bargaining. Little to no paid sick leave. Employees working at the complete mercy of their bosses. That’s no dystopian vision of the future: That was life for Oregon’s classified school employees when Pat Gest was hired at the Hood River School District in the 1960s. That... Read More

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