Association Representatives

Working Together

Have a question about the contract? Concerns about your job? Association Representatives are trained and certified by the EACC to address your questions and concerns. Click here to view a contact list of Association Representatives by school.

Your Negotiated Agreement

View Your Negotiated Agreement Here

Member Insurance Information

Your membership includes the opportunity to enroll in disability and life insurance through The Hartford and AFLAC.

For more information contact:

Suzanne Hermann, President of Employee Plans Services, Inc. at

301.985.2020  or

The Hartford

Click here to read about the benefits of income protection.

Click here for more information about protection for spouses.

Click here for more information on what policies are available to EACC members.



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  • Contact List for Elected Officials

    Contact List- Charles County Board of Education, Commissioners and Legislators   EACC Member Town Hall: Wed., Feb. 25, 2015, NPHS Auditorium, 5:00 – 7:00 PM EACC Rep Assembly/MSEA “Call to Action”: Wed., March...
  • October 2014 - SPECIAL ELECTION

    We are having a Special Election for Vice President and Secretary. The Nomination and Letter of Intent Form can be downloaded from the link below. They are due October 7th,...


  • The 2015 MSEA Convention Is Almost Here!
    Here are some reminders about MSEA's 148th Annual Representative Assembly and Convention to be held at the Roland E. Powell Convention Center on October 16-17.
  • MSEA Launches Back-to-School Advertising Campaign to Reduce Standardized Testing
    Maryland educators launched a statewide back-to-school advertising campaign to push for a reduction in standardized testing. The campaign—named “Less Testing, More Learning”—features ten teachers and education support professionals from across Maryland who share their firsthand experiences of how over-testing makes it more difficult for their students to lea

Union is Strength

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Did you know?

Did you know these benefits came from unions?

Many of the everyday benefits and protections you and all U.S. workers enjoy daily are part of the history of labor unions and the direct result of union efforts:

  • Minimum wage,
  • Social security payments,
  • An eight-hour day with weekends off,
  • Overtime pay,
  • Child labor laws,
  • The American with Disabilities Act (ADA), and
  • the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) which requires employers to meet safety standards for you and your fellow workers.♦