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MRSPA Videos and Webinars

Legislative Workshop

Recorded on 01/30/2024

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"Meet & Greet" - Recorded 11/08/2023 - Click picture to watch.

"Cyber Fraud & Scams" Recorded 11/21/2023 - Click picture or here to watch on YouTube

"Facebook Leadership Training"

recorded  9/6/2023

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​​MRSPA Scholarship Application

The MRSPA Foundation Scholarship application period is closed Please check back here January 2025 to apply next year. Please review the FAQs prior to completing the application.

MRSPA Scholarship FAQs

Community Service Award Nomination Forms, Criteria, & Categories


MRSPA Community Service Award nominations are now closed. Please check back in Spring 2025.

The 2023-2024 grant application period is now closed. We hope to see you again in September 2024 for your next chance to apply.

MRSPA Classroom Grant Form (Fillable)

MSRPA Classroom Grant Form (Printable)

Our Grant program is designed to support student needs-based projects that are not covered by the school system or parent-teacher organization.

MRSPA Nominations

The committee is searching for candidates. The committee is also searching for non-board member candidates. More information will be available in the summer and fall months. 

2024 COLA Press Release

Click Below to see the Cost of Living Adjustment eligible in July 2024!

2024 COLA Press Release


 NRTA film on their NRTA 75th Anniversary

    AARP News

Check out AARP's zoom video here or on our web page!

SWITCH to dues deduction, on membership dues. Click on the above $ link for details. 

Consumer Connection Newsletter
July-August 2024

The new issue is on the Consumer Education Committee page and on the News & Events---Resources page.

MRSPA Travel Evaluation

MRSPA requests that those who take advantage of our travel opportunities take the time to fill out a brief evaluation. All information provided is strictly confidential and encrypted. 

Click here to fill out the MRSPA Travel Evaluation!

On May 16, 1945, a group of 23 retired teachers formed an organization called the Retired Teachers of the State of Maryland. The group’s foremost concern was a financial one...what a surprise! Over the years, the name changed a couple of times and membership expanded from just retired teachers to all retired school personnel. And while the main concern was and is still financial, the mission has expanded to member empowerment to enrich the quality of life, as well as providing expanded services to members. We work to influence legislation that benefits members, are active in community service and offer opportunities for travel and benefits to members. My slogan for the next two years is going to be “Opportunities to Advocate, Serve and Connect.”

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