Early Career

NJEA’s early career network is for members eager to connect with other members and share their ideas. It is a member-driven organization that welcomes anyone who considers themselves an early career member.

Join Early Career Network

We are a network of early career NJEA members from across the state who often get together to share ideas and experiences.

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Getting out of student loan debt

40 million Americans have student loan debt. More student loans are in delinquency than mortgages, credit cards, and auto loans. In 2013-14, seven out of 10 college graduates left school owing an average of $29,400 each in student loans. Between 1980 and 2010, the average cost of a four-year public university education jumped from approximately $9,000 a year to nearly $22,000.

NJEA has compiled a resources page to help you tackle the issue of student loan debt.

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Member Organizing & Engagement Tools

Each year, NJEA offers member engagement tools to help local and county leaders engage their members.

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What is a 403(b)?

A 403(b) plan is a U.S. tax-advantaged retirement savings plan available for public education organizations.

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Got Stress? Call NJEA’s member helpline

AID-NJEA is a free, confidential 24-hour telephone helpline for school staff members and their families.

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Save big with NJEA Member Benefits

One of the perks of being an NJEA member is access to our Member Benefits Program. The programs offered are designed to save you money and increase buying power.

The NJEA Member Benefits program can help members looking for insurance, find big-ticket items at outstanding prices, or just find a special deal on an everyday purchase.

Learn about all the resources available to you through NJEA Member Benefits by visiting NJEA Member Benefits.