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Dear Public Employee Leaders and staff:
The AFT is looking for members who have been denied public service loan forgiveness. Attached are the parameters of those who may be interested in helping us, with a link for members to fill out. Could you push this out to your membership? Below is from the attachment.
AFT is exploring further legal action on behalf of our members who have been denied public service loan forgiveness. Specifically, we are looking for AFT members whose applications for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program have been denied.
Such members must meet the following criteria: - Made 120 payments on their federal student loans; - Worked in a public or private school, for the government, or for a nonprofit organization for at least 10 years; - andApplied for and were denied public service loan forgiveness.
Thanks for your help!
Jennifer Porcari Senior Associate Director | AFT Public Employees T: 202-393-6358 | E: email@example.com
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Youth Art Month We have the virtual platform ready for you to upload images for the 2021 Virtual Youth Art Exhibition. Please follow the link to the 2021 MAEA Virtual Youth Art Month Exhibit HERE. It is in a Google Slide format. We ask that everyone participate, but only upload 2-3 works per specialist. There are a few slides at the beginning giving format guidance. Please inquire if you have questions. The closer you adhere to the requested format the easier it will be for YAM Chair Victor Daniel of Helena and I to prepare for presentation. Thedeadlinefor uploading will be next Wednesday, March 3, 2021. After that deadline, Victor and I will refine the presentation, convert it to a movie file, and upload it to YouTube. We will post the virtual show on the MAEA website and send out a link via email so you can use it on your school and district websites, for promotion in local businesses and board meetings or anywhere there is a screen connected to the internet. If you need it in another format, just let us know. We will be happy to share it as a slide presentation as well. MFPE-MAEA 2021 Teacher Conference Needs YOU! Please submit your proposal to present no later than April 30. The next conference is in Great Falls on October 21 and 22, 2021. It will be hosted at CM Russell High School.
2021 Montana Educators' Conference
Where: GREAT FALLS C.M.RUSSELL HIGH SCHOOL When: OCT. 21-22, 2021 Helping our members succeed in their careers is a top priority for MFPE. That’s why, each year, we sponsor the Educator Conference -- the best professional development of its kind anywhere. MFPE teams up with 18 Montana curriculum groups to bring you the best in teacher-led professional learning. More than 500 workshops, keynotes, & institutes are available. No matter what or where you teach. You’ll find a wealth of events perfect for you. And you can earn renewal units! To find more information and to submit a proposal to present, please visit the following: https://www.mfpe.org/edconference/