New York State United Teachers
Courtney Hill, LCSW, is NYSUT’s Social Services Specialist, and she is helping coordinate a mental health network to provide resources and support to School Social Workers- email email@example.com to join the mailing list and find out more.
Contact: NYSUT Social Services at www.nysut.org/socialservices
“ NYSUT is more than 600,000 people who work in, or are retired from, New York’s schools, colleges, and healthcare facilities. Included are classroom teachers, college and university faculty and professional staff, school bus drivers, custodians, secretaries, cafeteria workers, teacher assistants and aides, nurses, healthcare technicians and social workers.
NYSUT is a federation of more than 1,200 local unions, each representing its own members. They are affiliated with the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and the National Education Association (NEA). They are also part of organized labor – the AFL-CIO – and of Education International, with more than 20 million members world wide.
They range in size from tiny locals of fewer than 10 members to the United Federation of Teachers, which represents more than 140,000 teachers and other school employees in New York City.
They are dedicated to improving not only our working conditions, but also our professions. NYSUT is united in a common commitment to improve the quality of education and healthcare for the people of New York.
NYSUT is a grassroots organization. They elect the people who lead local unions and or state and national affiliates. They elect delegates to a state convention – the Representative Assembly – who discuss issues and set policy that determines the programs and services that NYSUT provides.
NYSUT officers, elected by the Representative Assembly, oversee a staff of more than 450 that carries out the union’s business. The convention delegates also elect a Board Of Directors, which determines policy between conventions.”
Source: NYSUT retrieved from http://www.nysut.org/about