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CEASP University Chapters
Each university chapter of CEASP is a recognized campus club, and, as such, must follow the policies of the Student Government Association of that university. Each chapter has a constitution, officers, and yearly budget. For inquires about any of the CEASP chapters, contact Michele O'Neill.
CEASP currently has chapters located at the following universities:
Central Connecticut State University
Eastern Connecticut State University
Visit the ECSU Education Club on Facebook.
Visit the Quinnipiac Future Teachers Organization on Facebook.
Southern Connecticut State University
Visit Southern's Future Teachers Organization on Facebook.
University of Connecticut
UConn Future Educators is the University of Connecticut branch of the Connecticut Education Association Student Program.
Western Connecticut State University
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CEA-SP State Officers Information
CEASP has 3 statewide officers - a chairperson, vice-chairperson, and secretary - who are responsible for promoting and representing the organization throughout the state, working to support individual university chapters and working with the State Student Organizer to coordinate activities and increase membership.
The state officers are college students; the State Student Organizer is a member of the CEA staff.
Per the CEA-SP Constitution and Bylaws, ARTICLE II - ELECTION PROCEDURES
SECTION A. State Officer Positions
- Nominations for the positions of chairperson, vice chairperson and secretary shall be mailed or emailed to the office of the elections chair, office of the president by March 15.
- Where only one candidate is duly nominated for a position, said nominee shall be declared elected.
- Where an election is required, a mail-in vote of the entire membership shall be held. Ballots shall be sent to the entire CEA-SP membership on March 30. All ballots received and postmarked by April 21 shall be counted. The candidate receiving the most votes shall be the officer-elect for the position in question. Mail-in ballots shall be disseminated to CEA-SP members using their preferred and/or confirmed current address. In the instance of two parties becoming tied for election within the same position, ballots will be recast and counted. In the event that this results in another tie, the CEA President will draw a name at random and that person will be elected.
CEA-SP State Officers
2016-17 CEA Student Program Chair
Hi, my name is Chelsea Constantino and I am a student at the University of Connecticut. I am currently studying history and secondary social studies education through the Neag School of Education. I have been a member of UConn Future Educators since my freshman year and I have served as the organization's secretary and president. As the 2016-2017 CEA-SP State Chair, I hope to continue expanding student membership and develop outreach programs in Connecticut schools. I am very excited about this opportunity to lead the Student Program!
2016-17 CEA Student Program Vice Chair
Hi! My name is Jaime Stevens and I would like to serve as CEA-SP's vice chair. I am a collaborative (elementary and special education) major at Southern Connecticut State University with my second major in liberal studies. I have been a CEA-SP member since 2013 in my local State Chair, Chelsea Constantino chapter and served as SFTO President this past year. As vice chair, I will continue to work on expanding our student membership and our involvement with teaching professionals, both active and retired. Most of all, I want to continue to foster collaboration amongst chapters and serve as a representative of the student program.
2016-17 CEA Student Program Secretary
Hello, my name is Madison Forsander and I am a junior at Eastern Connecticut State University studying English and secondary education. Throughout my time as ECSU Education Club's Treasurer, Co-Vice President, and President, I have refined my organizational and leaderships skills. I have also obtained similar abilities in public speaking, leadership and mentoring in the Masonic youth group The International Order of the Rainbow for Girls as a state officer for the past five years. Between my devotion to education and my accomplishments as an officer of successful organizations in the past, I look forward to the opportunity to contribute my abilities by serving as your CEA-SP Secretary!