Benefits of Membership

Benefits of Membership

Join NYSTEEA online today! Your membership buys you access to a network of like minded individuals who support you are encourage you to be the best Technology and Engineering Educator possible. Your small membership also funds ongoing professional development, NYS Department of Education advocacy and partnerships with other professional organizations.

The New York State Technology and Engineering Educators’ Association (NYSTEEA) is the professional association of Technology Education teachers. We are working to ensure the technological literacy of New York State students. NYSTEEA creates and encourages opportunities for professional development and collaboration of Technology teachers. We support student participation and achievement in technology learning activities and competitions. Our organization is not for profit and is guided by an Executive Board and an Advisory Council.

Make sure you keep up your professional association memberships. It’s part of the New York State Teaching Standards. January 11, 2011. VII. Professional Growth, Element VII.4,
Performance Indicator. “Teachers benefit from, contribute to, or become members of appropriate professional organizations”.

Membership in your professional organization strengthens our profession. The benefits of membership and the accomplishments of the organization are numerous.

  • Update of middle level and high school curricula
  • A network of professional development workshops
  • A network of mini conferences around the state
  • A network of professional development workshops
  • Organize and support a NYSTEEA student competition
  • Establishment of NYSTEEA student scholarship fund
  • Development of technology content that aligns with State and National standards
  • Maintain an active website that includes job listings
  • Maintain contact with the State Education Department
  • Monitor legislative and political action
  • Monitor Board of Regents actions
  • Promote Technology Education within the industrial and business community
  • Expand our relationships with the math and science professional community
  • NSF grant participation