Your NJREA membership gives you access to discounts on travel, insurance, gas cards, appliances, cars, and hundreds of everyday items that you and your family use. Visit the NJEA Member…
Global Growth –58.10%Income –16.85%Real Return – 8.09%Defensive – 15.45%Other –1.51%Total Pension Fund Asset Allocation$96.12 billion Market value, unaudited, as of 3/31/2022. May not reflect the current market values of…
The Executive Committee’s voting members approved the proposed budget on April 13, 2022.
Your NJREA membership gives you access to discounts on lots of fun summer activities. Visit the NJEA Member Benefits page at memberbenefits.njea.org for these and other discounts.
Mark your calendar for Nov. 9 and 10, the 2022 NJREA Convention is back in-person at the hottest place to be—Atlantic City
Old Bridge. The event was organized by NJEA Secretary-Treasurer Petal Robertson and the NJEA Women in Education (WIE) Committee. Over 250 members attended the extravaganza, hosted by Robertson and NJEA UniServ Field Representative Fatima Hayes, former chair of the WIE Committee.
Before she was even introduced, NJREA Government Relations Chairperson Susan Maurer sent the crowd into thunderous applause with just a smile. Maurer was honored for her role in the political arena on behalf of public education and our union.
Retired members from across the state traveled to the Nottingham Ballroom in Hamilton on April 13 for the annual Spring Luncheon. It was the first NJREA in-person event and for so many it felt like homecoming. Connections—of which far too many had been missed during the pandemic—were renewed. Eager to learn the latest pensions and benefits news – and what retirees can do to help advocate for their issues – NJREA members packed the room.
A common concern among many retirees is keeping track of their retirement account. We suggest signing up for the Member Benefit Online System (MBOS). Signing up will enable you to check the status of your account at anytime from anywhere.