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During this uncertain time, KEA is taking steps to be responsible neighbors and citizens. In keeping with Governor Beshear's recommendations and recent Executive Orders, all KEA staff are working from home. Even though we aren't operating in our normal ways, KEA remains dedicated to supporting our members. If you need assistance or have a question, please call our main line at 1-800-231-4532, and dial extension 1323 to leave a message. Calls will be routed to the appropriate staff person as soon as possible, but not later than the next business day. You can also reach your UniServ Director or any other KEA staff member via email; just go to under "About us" and use the "UniServ Directors" page or the "Staff Directory" page to find the person you want to contact. You can email directly from the link on the page.

Like all of you, we look forward to the time when our lives and business operations can return to normal. Until then, please know that we are still here for you., as we have always been. Be safe and well. We look forward to seeing all of you again soon.

Members - Aspiring Educators

KEA Aspiring Educators is a professional association for college students preparing to enter the teaching profession. KEA Aspiring Educators dues are $21 for 2019-20. This includes $15 for NEA, $5 for KEA and $1 for the KEA technology assessment. Your local chapter may have campus dues as well. For more information view the list of local dues or chapter advisors. The membership year begins September 1 and ends August 31. 

Through its affiliation with the Kentucky Education Association and the National Education Association, KEA AE provides college students with assistance, benefits, professional resources, and the opportunity to learn -- not only from each other -- but from a network of campus advisors and from practicing professional educators.

In addition, KEA AE members are covered by the NEA Educators Employment Liability (EEL) insurance program.  The professional liability program provides coverage up to $1,000,000 per KEA member per occurrence in the event a civil judgment for damages caused by an occurrence/omission in the course of the member’s educational employment activities is rendered.  The professional liability program also provides $300,000 per member per occurrence for civil rights issues or civil rights claims against KEA members, exclusive of any other claims under the policy.

KEA AE is the 8th largest student organization in the country and has local chapters on most Kentucky college and university campuses. Each KEA AE campus chapter plans activities and programs for members to help them become successful teachers. KEA AE provides statewide training sessions to keep future teachers informed on the issues that will affect them when they enter the classroom and to provide valuable professional development opportunities. KEA AE chapters are also involved in local area outreach programs. View Aspiring EducatorsExecutive Committee members.

You may elect to pay your membership dues online with a credit card, through your local campus chapter advisor or by mailing a membership form and check to KEA. If payment is made online or with a check sent to KEA, KEA will notify the local campus chapter advisor of your membership.

Membership dues paid by check should be mailed to: KEA Aspiring Educators, 401 Capital Avenue, Frankfort, KY 40601.

Aspiring Educator Constitution

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