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Board of Education Candidate Endorsements 2020
In August, the EASMC Recommendation Subcommittee interviewed four Board of Education candidates seeking our recommendation. Based on the questionnaires received and interviews completed, the EASMC Recommendation Subcommittee proudly announces the following recommendations for the fall 2020 Board of Education elections.
Click below to view their questionnaires and interview videos. Due to the file size of the questionnaires, it might take a little longer for those documents to open. Please email Recommendation Subcommittee Chair Emily Gayo at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about the selection process.
To view specific candidate responses to questions asked by our committee, click here to see the breakdown on where to locate that topic in the videos.
Association Site Reps
Questions about the contract? Concerns about your job? Need a shoulder…or an ear? Association Representatives are trained and certified by EASMC to help you along the way. Association Representatives have been designated by their sites and are the “eyes and ears” of the Association at the workplace, insuring that the health, welfare and rights of members are protected by monitoring the implementation of the collective bargaining agreement and by advising and representing members.
Click here to view a contact list of Association Representatives by site.
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