Premier active membership is open to any practicing New Jersey school administrator or supervisor. Premier members are entitled to all NJPSA services and benefits. These include legal services, negotiations and field representation, association paid insurance, professional development services, publications, and much more.
Associate members are those who are not practicing school administrators or supervisors, but who engage in educational pursuits. An associate member may include college or university professors. This is an excellent, cost-effective way to stay in the mainstream of the educational community.
Membership is open to any educator practicing in a New Jersey school district who is not currently serving in a school administrator or supervisory capacity. Aspiring leader members are not eligible to hold office or vote. Aspiring leaders are permitted to serve on standing committees as non-voting members. Aspiring leaders would not be permitted to serve as a committee chair.
Retired membership is open to current members within their first year of retiring. Retired members are not eligible to vote or hold office. Many services can automatically continue, and others are available for a fee. Lifetime retired membership is open to current retired members within their first two years of NJPSA retired membership.
Organizational membership is open to any person in a group or organization that provides, contributes, or promotes services to the educational community, such as custodian staff. Organizational members are not eligible to hold office or vote. They are entitled to all NJPSA services and benefits. These include legal services, negotiations, and field representation, association paid insurance, professional development services, and publications.
Private school membership is open to any principal, headmaster, or supervisor working full or part-time in a private school, whether secular or non-secular, who is not an active member. Private school members may not hold office or vote. They are entitled to negotiations but not legal representation.