A person who has qualified to join the superannuation fund and who will, in the future, receive a benefit from that fund.
An active or inactive statutorily defined teacher who is required to make contributions to TRS and whose contributions remain in TRS with potential to provide a benefit at retirement. Member Guide An explanation of the benefits available to TRS members and annuitants that is available in booklet form or via the Internet.
An Employee of a College who is contributing to the CAAT Pension Plan.
a person that contributes to the fund or who receives benefits from the fund
Membership in NYSUT is open to New York state public elementary and secondary school teachers, along with other K-12 school employees, including teacher aides and assistants, secretaries, custodians, bus drivers, occupational therapists and physical therapists. Private school employees are also eligible, as well as the faculty and professional staffs of the State University, City University, many community colleges and private colleges, and nurses, psychologists, and other professionals in health care facilities. Retired NYSUT members enjoy lifetime membership in both NYSUT and our national affiliate, the American Federation of Teachers (AFT). Members pay local, NYSUT and AFT dues through their locals. Each local determines its own dues structure, which is set by a vote of all Representative Assembly and AFT Convention delegates. Individuals may join NYSUT as Associate Members for $25.00 per year. Associate Membership provides eligibility for some of the same benefit programs and rights available to NYSUT Members, but not voting rights.
A person for whom contributions have been made to a superannuation fund.
Any sponsored member, spouse, former spouse, surviving spouse, contingent annuitant or child of any sponsored member or any other designated beneficiary who is entitled to a benefit from this plan.
A person affiliated with a member organization of OSG.
An active SERS employee, any former employee who has contributions credited to their account but has not received a refund, or is not receiving a retirement annuity.
An active Legislator or Constitutional Officer, or any former Legislator or Constitutional Officer, who has contributions credited to their account but has not received a refund, or is not receiving a retirement annuity.
An educator who contributes to STRS Ohio for service in an Ohio public educational institution.
An employee who qualifies for membership in CalPERS and whose employer has become obligated to pay contributions into the Retirement Fund. Also describes CalPERS retirees, survivors, beneficiaries, or anyone receiving a benefit.
An educator who currently contributes to STRS Ohio for teaching service provided in an Ohio public school or has an account balance with STRS Ohio.
An individual or organization affiliated with AAA with the full benefits of a member. ( See: Member Benefits)
An eligible employee as determined by the Public Employees Benefits Board in accordance with Washington Administrative Code Title 182.
A person receiving the benefit coverage to whom the ID card is issued. A member can also be referred to as "insured", "covered member", or "plan member".
1. A person who currently is making contributions to the ASRS. Also referred to as "active." 2. A person who no longer is working for an ASRS employer, but has left contributions in the ASRS. Also referred to as "inactive." 3. A person who currently is receiving a retirement benefit from the ASRS. Also referred to as "retired."