DEADLINE FRIDAY — Apply to be a BTU Member Organizer!
The BTU Member Organizer program capitalizes on our most valuable resource as a union — our members — to build union power and activism. The BTU seeks 6 Member Organizers. To apply and learn more, please visit our website.
NEW — BTU ALL-IN! We Need Volunteers: August 20-21
Volunteer to table with the BTU at the Teacher Summer Institute and New Teacher Institute. Your presence helps us have more meaningful conversations with members, especially new teachers and new BTU members. For questions, please email Natalia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SMART Plan Meeting: August 19
The SMART 457(b) Plan offers tax advantaged savings to help you build a more secure retirement. Our SMART Plan Advisor, Marianne Cole, will hold a meeting from 12:00-4:30pm at the BTU in Conference Room C. RSVP to email@example.com, and specify if you are currently enrolled. For those in the plan, we are offering Retirement Readiness Reviews to provide more comprehensive overviews of participants’ financial pictures, and assist with a personalized savings and investment plan based on your unique goals.
SAVE THE DATE — Sixth Annual BTU Back To School Fair: September 21
We’re excited to confirm our Sixth Annual BTU Back to School Fair for BPS families, September 21 from 1:00-4:00pm at the BTU and Carson Beach! Educators, please sign up for First Book for free and reduced price books. It also helps us keep this event and partnership growing in coming years! Visit firstbook.org/aft to sign up so that you can receive free books at the fair, too. We are also looking for volunteers beginning Wednesday, September 18 to help sort books. All volunteers will receive free books for helping out!
SAVE THE DATE — Fall Leadership Conference: October 18-20
The 2019 Fall Leadership Conference will be held October 18-20 at the Dedham Hilton. All BTU Building Reps and Member Leaders are encouraged to attend. Download a flyer for posting and please RSVP on our website.
Seeking New Member of Peer Assistance and Review (PAR) Panel
There is an opening for a new BTU appointee on the PAR Panel, which governs the Peer Assistance and Review Program. For more information about this paid opportunity which entails significant additional work, please see the Boston PAR website and the job description of panel members. Questions about the role can be directed to PAR Panel members at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. To apply, please send a letter of interest and resume to Erik Berg at firstname.lastname@example.org.