Regular Membership Active members of the Alberta Teachers' Association (ATA)and associate members who are ineligible for active membership as specified in ATA bylaws are eligible for regular membership in the GEOEC. This includes superintendents, deputy superintendents and teachers in charter, federal and private schools who are associate members of the ATA. Regular members are entitled to all the benefits and services of council membership including the right to vote and hold office. Fee: $25 (CAD)
Life Membership Life members of the ATA are eligible for life membership in the GEOEC and are entitled to all the benefits and services of council membership except the right to hold office. Fee: $25 (CAD)
Student Membership Student members of the ATA are eligible for student membership in the GEOEC. Student members are entitled to all the benefits and services of council membership except the right to hold office. Fee: Free - Members of ATA affiliated Student Locals. Click the Link below for the only form! bit.ly/SCStudentApplication
Subscription Individuals or corporations who are ineligible for active or associate membership in the ATA, such as teaching assistants, parents and libraries, as well as retired or non-active teachers, may be connected with the GEOEC by paying a subscription fee. Payment of the subscription fee includes entitlement to the council's publications and registration at the conference at the member rate as well as other services as determined by the GEOEC, but does not provide membership in the council. Fee: $30 (CAD)
If you have any questions regarding eligibility for membership, please call the ATA Professional Development program area at Barnett House (780) 447-9400 or 1-800-232-7208 toll free.
In making application for membership in a specialist council, you are voluntarily providing your personal information and consenting to its collection, use and disclosure for all purposes connected with your participation as a member of the council.
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We acknowledge that we live, work and play on the traditional territories of the Blackfoot Confederacy (Siksika, Kainai, Piikani), the Tsuut’ina, the Îyâxe Nakoda Nations, the Métis Nation (Region 3), and all people who make their homes in the Treaty 7 region of Southern Alberta.