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Member Advocacy Help

This page is being provided to help members help other members. If you are unsure of the path to follow when asked to assist a member, look here first!

More info will be appearing here.  But if you need specific information, please fill out the form on the home page or contact your site representative.

The chart below was provided by our Advocacy Chair Frank Bock.  It provides an excellent starting point and path to follow for members in need. Click here to download it for use at your site.

All Representatives should be using the Advocacy Intake Form any time you are asked to assist a member.  This form will not only help you AND your member, but will also serve as a reference point should the issue escalate further. 

*** It is important to remember that ALL information on the form should remain PROTECTED  to prevent a variety of legal complications that may or may not follow.****

Click HERE to Print a blank form.  

Click on the form below to open a LIVE online form.

You WILL be able to SAVE, PRINT, or SUBMIT

after completing the form.

Please note: 

Some items are required for online submission!

While in the LIVE form, do NOT hit the back arrow in the browser!!!  It WILL clear all data!

Form is submitted to the Webmaster's email which will then be forwarded to the PUHSD Grievance Chair.

Have a  new member?

Click here for the 2019-2020 CEA Membership form.

Common Questions:

Must I have my dues deducted from my check? 

There are several options when it comes to paying your dues. Other methods include:

  • Paying by credit card in advance
  • Paying by check or money order (payable to A.E.A.)
  • Auto-withdrawal from a checking or savings account.

What are some things I can do to deal with a difficult supervisor?

First and foremost always try to remain in control of your emotions.  Emotions tend to bring out this worst in a person.  So do NOT give your supervisor something he or she can use against you later.

Second, take a break.  When things get too much, take one of your allotted 15-minute breaks or lunch.  Use this time to walk around and seek out one of campus Reps who can help you further.

Third, below are a collection of articles found on the world wide web that might help further.

I am being evaluated!  Do I need my representative present during the evaluation? And MUST I sign the evaluation?
No. Your Representative does not need to be present at your eval unless specifically asked for.  This is not say that you CAN'T have one...just that they are not normally needed.

YES! You must sign your evaluation!  Please keep in mind that you are merely acknowledging that you have received the evaluation...not whether you agree with it or not.  Remember: Per the CEA Professional agreement, you have a specific number of days to attach a statement on your behalf to any of your evaluations.