It pays to be a teacher in New York. STANYS and NSTA are pleased to offer a joint membership—join both organizations under a regular membership and save money!
Join both STANYS and NSTA for one year for $108—a savings of $15.
Regular membership – is available to any classroom teacher at pre-school, elementary, middle/junior, high school, or college/university levels. The annual rate is $44. A two-year membership is $82.
Associate membership – is available to persons who are employed by museums, government agencies, businesses, and community members who share the organization’s interest in quality science education. The annual rate is $44. A two-year membership is $82.
Retiree membership – is available to anyone who has been a regular member for the previous five years, has taught for at least 20 years or is 55 years of age, and is retired. The annual rate is $23. A two-year membership is $42.
Student (pre-service) membership – Students enrolled in an education program (under or post graduate) are entitled to a complimentary STANYS membership while enrolled. Each Membership is valid for one year. An email by a college faculty member or a cooperating teacher verifying the student's eligibility must be received for finalizing membership activation. This verification can be sent to "firstname.lastname@example.org".
MEMBERSHIP PAYMENT OPTIONS
OPTION 1: On-line Registration Form Using Credit Card or Check
(A Downloadable Membership Form is available.)
OPTION 3: Group DiscountA 20% Group Discount is available for a group of 5 or more teachers from the same District. A completed membership form referencing the School District Purchase Order or group payment will be needed for each teacher. All will be enrolled at the same time.
The memberships will begin the month the PO is received or extended for current members. The membership for the individuals enrolled cannot be transferred or refunded.
For more information or to make arrangements, contact our Membership person at:
Information about STANYS and summary of benefits may be found in the STANYS TRIFOLD APRIL 2014. We encourage you to print copies and distribute widely among New York science educators.