The CTA 2022 Summer Pass to Online Learning and University Credit is a benefit to members attending CTA Conferences during the summer conference season. CTA Members, through attending in-person or watching CTA Virtual Pass sessions, will be given the opportunity to accumulate the professional growth hours needed to qualify for university credit units with CSU, Chico.
2022 Summer Pass Deadlines
Start Date: Today, June 10th, 2022
End Date: August 10th, 2022
- As a benefit to members, CTA will cover the $75/unit cost for up to six university credit units available.
- The professional growth hours can be accumulated by attending conferences live and/or by watching recordings.
- Check with your district HR office or local chapter president to ensure that university credit units can help you advance on your salary schedule.
For more information and a step-by-step process on how to earn University Credits, visit: www.CTA.org/Credits
To see which Virtual Pass courses qualify for the current season, visit: www.CTA.org/VirtualPass
For any questions, please contact VirtualPass@CTA.org
CTA’s LGBTQ+ Safety in Schools Grant & Scholarship Program in Honor of Guy DeRosa was created to promote human and civil rights by making our public schools safe for LGBTQ+ persons. The program was renamed in 2009 in memory of member and educator Guy DeRosa, a lifelong advocate for civil and human rights and LGBTQ+ issues. Deadline to apply is May 31.
CTA offers many other opportunities to help you, your dependents and your students get support and recognition, from funding for classroom/school projects to assistance in pursuing educational goals. Check them out at cta.org/scholarships.
The June 7 Primary Election is just weeks away. Help elect candidates and local ballot measures that will support public education and help ensure our students, educators and schools have the equitable resources they need to succeed.
CTA recommends Tony Thurmond, pictured above, for Superintendent of Public Instruction. Thurmond has a proven record of standing with our students and educators. He is a trusted ally who will continue to advocate for education funding, work to attract and retain educators, and stand up to those seeking to privatize our schools. Visit stories.cta.org/whytony to hear directly from educators about why they support him.
Find more information on the election, such as how to register and CTA’s recommended candiates, here. Check out CTA’s Voter Guide, where you can enter the address where you are registered to vote and view your personalized Voter Guide.