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Proposition 55 passes
California voters overwhelmingly approved Proposition 55 and made it clear that they don’t want our public schools and community colleges to return to the days of larger classes and widespread layoffs.

"We are grateful to the voters for supporting our schools and colleges," said Association President Ben Valdepeña. "This critical funding will allow us to continue rebuilding the programs and services that were cut during the recession. It means a brighter future for our students."

Paraeducator Conference
Join us as we celebrate our 20th year of the California Paraeducator Conference, March 14–16 at the Ontario Convention Center in Ontario, California. Ask your district to reserve funds to send you to the conference now.

Plan ahead for retirement
Sign up now to attend a FREE CSEA Pre-Retirement Seminar in your area and get the information you need to maximize your pension benefits. It's never too early to learn about your retirement.

Get active with CSEA
As a CSEA member, you are part of the largest classified union in the nation. Despite our size, CSEA remains an organization of people. As a member-run union, we rely on members to step forward and contribute new ideas and new energy.

There are many ways you can get active with CSEA. Local chapter meetings are open to all members and everyone is encouraged to attend. Talk with leaders of your chapter to find out what kind of help is needed. Whatever you choose to do, just remember that the only way for us to grow and improve is if new volunteers like you get involved.

Who is Rosie the Riveter?
Now a cultural icon symbolizing working women, female empowerment and solidarity, the name "Rosie the Riveter" was part of a campaign during the beginning of World War II to recruit women into the workforce.

Know Your Rights
As classified employees, we are afforded many basic rights by law or through collective bargaining. Learn about your rights on the job and what you can do to protect yourself if your rights are violated.

Executive Board


CHAPTER PRESIDENT
SANDRA RIVERA

1ST VICE PRESIDENT
LISA SANDOVAL

2ND VICE PRESIDENT
JANICE LOPEZ

CHAPTER SECRETARY
YOLANDA RAMIREZ

CHAPTER TREASURER
ANGELICA ORTEGA

CHAPTER PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER
SUZANNE FREDERICKSON

PARLIAMENTARIAN
ANDREA RIVERA RINGO

SERGEANT AT ARMS
MARGIE MUNOZ

Union Contacts


Area: G

AREA DIRECTOR:
JOHN NIETO

Region: 11

REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVE:
LAURA BRIBIESCAS

Field Office:
SANTA FE
4600 SANTA ANITA AVE,
EL MONTE  91731
(800) 988-6949

FIELD DIRECTOR:
SHAWANA GRACE

LABOR RELATIONS REPRESENTATIVE:
SIMON RHEE