Student NCAE (SNCAE)

Student-NCAE Officers 2013-2014

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Top Row (L-R): Timothy Ray- Triangle Rep, Crystal Walcott- Southeastern Rep, Breonna King- Webmaster,  Allison Huskins- Western Rep

Bottom Row (L-R): Briana Maynard- Northwestern Rep, Paige Pritchett- Northeastern Rep, Jaalil Hart- President, Angel Pittman- NEA Rep, Runda Alamour- President Elect

 Not Present: Dana Johnson- Secretary and Ashley Webber- Central Region Rep


Join Today

Once you join, you will receive NEA Today, Tomorrow’s Teachers, and the NCAE News Bulletin.   Your subscriptions will begin automatically through the online registration process. You will also receive a membership kit with your membership card, information about SNCAE member benefits, conference, and other opportunities for SNCAE members.  Join today!!!



Student NCAE (SNCAE)

 The Student North Carolina Association of Educators is a pre-professional organization for undergraduate and graduate students interested in a career in education.  SNCAE is a division of the larger North Carolina Association of Educators, the leading professional organization for educators in North Carolina, representing over 65,000 members of the National Education Association, the largest education association in the United States.

SNCAE’s goal is to prepare college students for their futures as educators.  Through NCAE, workshops are offered free of charge in areas such as No Child Left Behind,‘PRAXIS and MTEL preparation, Diversity in the Classroom, and Classroom Management for the New Teacher.  Local chapters provide support with job interviewing skills, resume writing, student teaching, and advice for the first year teaching.

A spring convention is held each year at which SNCAE members can attend professional workshops, vote on an executive board for the upcoming year, and network with other future educators. If you are a future educator in the state of North Carolina, join your professional organization, SNCAE, and make a difference with today’s youth!



SNCAE members are eligible for numerous benefits, one of the most important being coverage of up to $1,000,000 in liability insurance protection any time a student is working with school children as part of his or her pre-work training – even if simply observing a class.

Members have the advantage of NCAE/NEA workshops and conferences designed for the needs of future teachers. Professional publications from NCAE and NEA keep students up-to-date on current education news and trends.

Money-saving member benefits include: low insurance rates – credit card discounts – vision care discounts – discounts at Disney World, Universal Studios, Kings Dominion, Carowinds, and other theme parks – discounts on cruises and car rentals – online hotel, resort, restaurant, retailer and merchant discounts and much more.

Student members also have the unique opportunity to make valuable professional and personal friendships that can help young educators feel more comfortable in the classroom.

And, don’t forget, as a first-year teacher, students receive a $20 rebate from NEA and a $10 rebate from NCAE for every year as a student member!

Mary Morrow – Edna Richards Scholarship



Stay In The Know

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Also if you click the link below it will take you to the most current newsletter we have.

SNCAE Newsletter March



Regional Learning Days

Spring Date

April 12th-Elon University, Elon


Your Voice Matters!

Hello All!
During this time please think of any ideas that would benefit the SNCAE.  Contact President Jaalil Hart at




Presidents and Advisors

We are in the process of collecting information from all campuses regarding their chapter status, members, advisor(s), and president(s). If your school is not on this list and you would like it to be, or if the information is incorrect/incomplete, please email Cathy Barnes at

By providing your information, you grant permission for your e-mail address to be linked to your name on this page. If you wish to be listed without your email being accessible, please note that in your e-mail.


School Chapter President Chapter Advisor
(Chapter in italics are listed as inactive)
Appalachian State University Kelly Roth Allen Bryant
Barton College Sara Lilly Bettie Willingham
Bennett College for Women Dana Johnson Joyce SpruillKaren Martin-Jones
Campbell University Dr. Carolyn Maidon
Catawba College Cristin Ritchie Amanda Bosch
Chowan University Andrea Goodwyn Jayne Wolfskill
East Carolina University Faison Powers Christa W. Monroe
Elizabeth City State University Rosemary Rice-Jones
Elon University Elizabeth Meynardie Jan Mays 
Fayetteville State University Earlyn Jordon
Gardner-Webb University Amber Travis Jason Parker,Dr. Cindy McKinney
Lees-McRae College Robin Buchanan
Lenoir Rhyne University Megan Maner Karen Lounsbury 
Meredith College Hannah Thornton Cecilia Toole, Julie Schrock
Methodist University Morgan Bell  Jaunita Heyward
NC A&T State University  Rashaad Malone Sharon Hunter
NC Central University Inez Walls  
NC Wesleyan College Patricia Brewer
NC State University Erin Thomas Horne
Pfeiffer University Dawn Lucas,Laura Lowder
Salem College Kathryn Adams 
UNC-Asheville  Runda Alamour   Joyce Davis
UNC-Charlotte Amy Milam Tracy Rock
UNC-Greensboro Jacqueline Dozier 
UNC-Pembroke Tiffany England Lisa Mitchell, Swannee Dickson
UNC-Wilmington Becca Lard Dr. Kathy Fox & Dr. Elizabeth Crawford
Vance Granville CC Jacquelin Heath
Warren-Wilson College Grace Mitchell
Western Carolina University Rachel Salter Sarah Meltzer
Wingate University Matthew Andrews Eddie Case
Winston-Salem State University Fran Oats