MSEA honors outstanding contributions from Maryland educators and community members through a variety of awards. Click the below links to learn more about each award and their respective application processes.
MSEA grants support groundbreaking work in classrooms and communities across Maryland.
MSEA will support the efforts by individual members or local associations for activities/events in support of the Black Lives Matter in School Week of Action by providing financial assistance through 10 total grants in the amount of $500 each. MSEA will also support local affiliates and members with expenses related to programs, service, or activities planned to promote human and civil rights and social justice by providing up to 10 total grants in the amount of $500 per local affiliate or individual member. Learn more in the links below.
There are a number of MSEA Special Interest Caucuses. Below is a list of those caucuses, along with contact people to reach out to for more information.
Hispanic Caucus: Toni Mejias, [email protected], 240-988-4160
MSEA Minority Caucus: Theresa Dudley, [email protected]
Our trainings offer members the opportunity to advance their careers and goals as educators and as activists. Find out more at the below links.
The Women’s Concerns Committee Leadership Training is a year-long, cohort-based learning and development journey that supports educators as they gain understanding and experience in leadership and grow as leaders and activists in their local, state, and national associations. Training requires attendance to three virtual or in-person trainings and continuous program engagement throughout the year.
The Minority Leadership program prepares early career educators and emerging leaders to be powerful advocates for their students, their profession, and their local, state, and national unions. Member leaders are expected to participate in every component of the program. The commitment includes attendance at the MSEA MAC Leadership Cohort virtual or face-to-face trainings held three times during the 2020-2021 school year.