111. Does your association have a website?
Have you been thinking of creating a website for your local but don’t know where to begin? NJEAsites is a service offered by NJEA that provides local and county associations assistance with setting up and managing a website. The program offers a user-friendly interface, integration with NJEA’s membership database and email capabilities. You choose your template, and NJEA will take care of setting up the site, registering the domain name, hosting the site, and training you on how to use it.
Check out NJEAsites here: http://njeasites.org/
To get help from NJEA in creating your association website, reach out to your NJEA UniServ field representative.
As a related idea, you may have members who have misplaced their log-in credit ions to njea.org (pin and password). Your members can obtain their information by calling your UniServ office staff. You may want to recommend to members that they store this information in the contacts listing of their phones under NJEA. Just a thought.