Why Join AzJEA?
Arizona Justice Educators Association is aq 501(c)3 organization. Your membership contribution is TAX DEDUCTIBLE! When you become a member of AzJEA you have the opportunity to promote:
- the advancement, effectiveness, and quality of justice education;
- understanding and cooperation in the field of justice education;
- the highest ethical standards in justice education professionals
AND to Recognize:
achievements and contributions by educators, practitioners and students.
Benefits of Membership
Education and Networking
Throughout the year, AzJEA provides valuable information and networking opportunities to members:
- The annual conference takes place in the fall and features a variety of presentations of interest to criminal justice educators, practitioners and students. The 2020 and 2021 conferences were set up online instead of in-person, and members are able to attend from the comfort of their own homes via Zoom. Click here for details.
- Quarterly professional development opportunities are included with membership. Three times a year, members will have the opportunity to hear from a presenter who offers information and education about a different aspect of the criminal justice field. Attendees will receive a certificate of attendance. In 2022, professional development will be virtual. Click here for details.
- Teaching tips and information are provided to members via social media on a regular basis. Resources for teaching during a pandemic will also be made available.
Membership fees go toward scholarships for undergraduate and graduate criminal justice students. By joining AzJEA and paying the annual dues, members help scholarship award-winners work toward the completion of their degrees. Click herefor details.
AzJEA is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
Types of Membership
AzJEA is a 501(c)3 organization. Your membership contribution may be considered a tax deduction as allowed by law.
Regular Membership – $45/year
Regular Members are those persons who are employed by or retired from accredited high schools, colleges or universities as supervisors, instructors, or direct academic personnel in Criminal Justice programs.
Voting Rights: Only Regular Members in good standing are entitled to vote. To be in good standing, Regular Members must be current in their dues.
Associate Membership – $45/year
Associate Members are those persons who work in allied agencies, in or out of Arizona, having a particular interest in the objectives of AzJEA and who join for the purpose of coordination and agency relationship.
Voting Rights: Associate Members are not entitled to vote. However, Associate Members may express their views on all matters considered by AzJEA.
Student Membership – $5/year
Student Members are those persons who are enrolled in secondary and post-secondary institutions in criminal justice studies. Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible for student membership.
Voting Rights: Student Members are not entitled to vote. However, Student Members may express their views on all matters considered by AzJEA.
Term of Membership
Membership is for the period of October 1 through September 30 annually.
Become a Member of AzJEA Today
Register for membership below. The font color is very light, so just click in the box to choose your membership level: