In the State of Michigan, the Michigan CEC pays 100% of the membership fees at the Basic Level (value $40) for students who become CEC members. That means you pay $0 to become a member. Michigan CEC is the only state that does this. They want students to get involved! And that’s not all – when you renew your membership after the first year, you pay only $10 on the renewal of your Pre-Service Student Membership fee while you are in your undergraduate program.
Here's How This Works...
To receive this offer, all NEW members must fill out the membership application and mail it to National CEC (as directed on the form).
Promotional Code Details
- End date: 06/30/2023
- Code: MICECSTU22 (Enter this code on the line “CEC-Pre-Service Student Member dues” under the Payment Summary section of the form)
- Promotion: $40 off Pre-Service Basic Student Membership for a one (1) year term.
- Restrictions: Code is for a one-year membership term. Can only be used once per contact, once per shopping cart, and cannot be combined with other promotion codes. Cannot be used for Special Interest Division membership, merchandise, bookstore items, webinars, group membership(s), and/or other promotional products, services, or items.
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Please email Katy Pluimer, MCEC’s CEC-S Chapter Liaison at: email@example.com
Top Ten Reasons to become a CEC Member!
10... Keep up-to-date on special education issues, trends, and findings
9... Save big bucks
8... Network, network, network
7... Increase your professional profile
6... Add to your expertise
5... Get the resources you need at a price you can afford
4... Add new leadership skills to your resume
3... Vote for the leadership to represent your profession
2... Influence the profession
1... IMPROVE THE EDUCATIONAL SUCCESS OF INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES
Student Resources Available
CEC supports your journey towards teaching children with special needs. We invite you to Check out some curated resources and find inspiration in the experienced words and videos from your graduate and pre-service special education peers.