ASEA Membership Benefits for Active State Employees and Retirees
Legislative Representation – We are your eyes and ears at the Capitol; we listen to your concerns and make them known to legislators and the administration.
Representation – ASEA lobbyists represent state employees during the legislative sessions and at committee meetings year around.
Analysis – ASEA performs and provides research analysis to assist elected officials and state officials on state-employee issues.
SEAPAC – The State Employees Political Action Committee endorses and donates funds to qualified legislative candidates.
We Listen – As an ASEA member, your voice will be heard. Our members help set our advocacy agenda each year.
Professional Development – We offer workshops and meetings at our annual convention to help you in your career and in life.
Chapter Meetings – Our team routinely sets up meetings in your area to inform you on all the issues and new benefits. Our chapter meetings provide a great forum to share ideas and spread community spirit.
ASEA Newsletter – As a member, you can receive a subscription to our newsletter (print and digital available).
Social Media – Join the conversation. The ASEA Facebook page and Legislative blog will provide you with all the breaking news, and is a great place for state employees to unite. We also have a Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+ page.
Personal Touch – Have a question or a concern? ASEA is never more than a phone call or email away.
Retail Discounts – Our extensive network of retail discount partners can save you money. From amusement parks to dining, to retailers, we’ve got great deals.
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Scholarships – Each year ASEA awards scholarships to members who are employed by the state. Also eligible: their children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, stepchildren, or legally adopted children.
VanPool – Lower your automobile gas bill and join our VanPool! Let us do the driving!
Benevolent Fund - Our fund assists ASEA members’ survivors with up to $1,000 paid upon death.