Member Benefits

The AFSA Scholarship Program is open to children of AFSA members in good standing.

The benefits of being a union member extends beyond the workplace.

Take action to demand adequate and sustainable investment in our public schools, colleges and universities.

Call Gary Goldstein at 732-786-0314 or e-mail for special group travel opportunities.

In the event of a total disability of a regular member in good standing, AFSA provides up to $1,500 per month in disability benefits, up to a maximum lifetime benefit of $15,000.

$10,000 of accidental death coverage is provided by AFSA for members regardless of other insurance coverage.  In order for benefits to be paid, AFSA  membership must be in good standing and the member must have previously filed a signed beneficiary form with AFSA. The death certificate must state accidental death in order to qualify.

AFSA provides up to $25,000 of coverage for defense costs associated with denial of constitutional rights, “failure to educate” and criminal charges arising from school activities, when regular members in good standing are named as parties or defendants, provided that there is complete exoneration of the criminal charges.

AFSA provides protection for working members in good standing in case of an unfavorable judgment in a lawsuit naming members as parties or defendants.

AFSA provides each Local Affiliate in good standing up to $2,000,000 coverage for wrongful acts, wrongful employment practices and wrongful offenses related to the Union business of the Local Affiliate, plus, up to $250,000 of Individual Labor Leader coverage for up to 4 designated leaders per affiliate.