Fostering collaborative efforts to integrate technologies in instruction
NYSCATE has drawn strength and support from its talented and diverse membership since 1965. With a current membership of over 28,000 members, all regions of the state are represented in our community teachers, administrators, school board members, parents, consultants and the business community.
NYSCATE Annual Conference
SAVE THE DATE for the 2020 Annual Conference - November 21 - 24 - Rochester, NY
Experience over 120 presentations given by teachers and technology experts over the three day period, and dive-deep into learning with half- and full-day hands-on workshops, which take place on the first two days of the conference. To further the organization’s overall mission and the goal of the annual conference, NYSCATE recruits national keynote speakers who are respected experts in their fields.
Explore NYSCATE’s website, which provides links to educational resources and current issues as well as conference, seminar and grant information. NYSCATE disseminates, through email blasts and newsletters, up-to-the-minute information on issues and regulations relating to technology and education from both state and federal governments.
Meet the people that work together to make NYSCATE run and learn how to become involved
Board Of Directors
NYSCATE is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) corporation that is governed by an elected board of directors. The NYSCATE Board of Directors is composed of 15 volunteers representing every geographic region of New York State. The board provides strategic leadership and fiduciary oversight as it works to ensure progress toward organizational goals.
The NYSCATE Leadership Team works closely with the Board of Directors to serve our members and ensure excellent organizational performance. The team is made up of the organization’s CEO/Executive Director, Coordinator of Professional Learning Services, and Director of Operations, who support the nonprofit by leading and assisting in various areas.
Become More Involved
Many of our volunteers become involved is by participating in the Annual Conference or a regional event as a presenter, presider, or a committee member. There are also many virtual ways to be involved, like reviewing grant and award applications, program selection through RFPs or social media. Unique opportunities include participating in focus groups with our Corporate Council or representing NYSCATE at events.
Consider joining our team–our foundation is built on like-minded individuals working together!
There are many parts of the state where your involvement could mean a great deal to local communities and school districts with a desire to share your experience and knowledge.
When you volunteer with NYSCATE, you'll get:
- The opportunity to give back by making a difference to the people in your community
- The opportunity to develop new skills or build on existing experience and knowledge
- The opportunity to meet like-minded colleagues from all over New York
- Your voice heard