The Association of Mexican American Educators (AMAE), Oxnard Chapter, thanks you for your interest in joining us. AMAE was formed in 1965. It was born in conflict with the existing educational system and its inequality of educational opportunity for all students, in particular Mexican/Latino students. AMAE was organized to address the problems facing our students in the schools. Efforts were directed toward the elimination of English-only rules, toward scholarships to encourage students to continue their education, and toward a drive to attract more Latinos to educational careers and into positions of leadership and influence. AMAE continues to advocate for educational equity.
We understand the COVID pandemic has affected us all in various ways. AMAE, Oxnard Chapter, wants to help membership and will waive dues for the 2020-2021 school year. Join now to apply for free membership, please click below and provide your information by filling out the information. Once your form has been submitted your application will be reviewed and you will be notified:
AMAE invites educators, students, parents, community members and institutions to join us in securing and advocating for a quality education for our students.
Membership is from September to August. If you are a school employee, you may have dues paid through monthly payroll deduction. Please contact us for more information.
*Individual – $100 (Certificated)
*Paraprofessional/Associate – $50 (Classified)
*Parent – $25
*Student – $15
*Retired Certificated AMAE Members – $50
*Retired Classified AMAE Members – $25
*Community/Organization – $35
*Institutions supporting our goals – $500
Membership may be paid by credit card or check.
PAY YOUR MEMBERSHIP DUES BY CREDIT CARD. Select the number of units for your category. For example, a certificated individual would select 4 units (4 x 25).
If paying by check, make payable to AMAE, and mail to: P.O. Box 566, Oxnard, CA 93032. Indicate member name, address, email & contact number.
Thank you for supporting AMAE!
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