The CSEA Member of the Year Program recognizes the commitment and dedication of classified employees to the students of California, community involvement, and activism in CSEA.
Nominees must be an active member in good standing. You will be asked to provide job-related skills, examples of outstanding character, community involvement, and to what extent they are active in the chapter. For example, how much do they volunteer to support the activities of the local chapter, etc.
The deadline has passed to submit nominations for this year's awards. Nominations were due March 1.
Learn more about CSEA’s Member of the Year Award. Find out what it means to the recipients, why it matters to CSEA and how you can nominate someone to receive this distinguished honor.
"People need to be validated for the work they do," says Lee Anne Gaxiola, 2015 Member of the Year. "You can be as humble as you want, but it certainly feels good and people need that recognition."
Each year, CSEA pays tribute to its Members of the Year with a video profile. These videos capture the essence of how these members go the extra mile to help students succeed and make a positive difference in their school, union and community. Watch their video profiles.
Every year, CSEA members are recognized for their extraordinary contributions to their union and the students they serve.
Member of the Year Award
CSEA Life Member and Honor Roll
California Classified Employee of the Year Award
California Community Colleges Classified Employees of the Year
Activist of the Year Award
Humanitarian of the Year Award
The Walter H. Blice Award
The Victory Club Circle of Stars
Membership Unity Program & Award
Recognizing Inspirational School Employees (RISE) Award