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Pre-Retirement Resource Committee

Committee Members

 
Chairperson
CHERYL CARTER

Area A
LEVETA GLENN

Area B
ROXIE ALLEN

Area F
NINA MOORE

Area K
NATALIE PEREZ

Comm College Rep
KEVIN CURWIN

Coordinator
DEBB JACHENS


Purpose Statement

CSEA was founded 90 years ago to win retirement security for classified school employees. Today, the Pre-Retirement Resource Committee provides resources and training to educate members about their California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) benefits, Social Security and other retirement-related issues. The committee also plans and promotes CSEA’s Pre-Retirement Seminars, and assists in developing Chapter Pre-Retirement Resource officers.

CSEA News

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Members Get Active

As a member-run union, CSEA relies on members to step forward and contribute new ideas and new energy.

Paradise rises from the ashes

Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Paradise Classified Chapter 837 ratified their contract with a unanimous vote in support of the tentative agreement of a 6.5 percent raise.

Settlement diffuses tension with district

This time last year, Palmdale Chapter 296 filed an Unfair Labor Practice (ULP) charge when the school district unilaterally reduced the hours of 22 instructional assistants.