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CEA Digital Week of Action

Posted on: March 31, 2024
Posted By: CEA Communications
Posted in: Advocacy

Digital Week of Action

CEA’s Digital Week of Action: Leading up to Delegate Assembly

Welcome to CEA’s Digital Week of Action! Whether you’re attending the Delegate Assembly or not, we’re excited to engage with you in a series of activities leading up to the event. Follow these instructions to participate and make your voice heard.

Monday: Download the myCEA App

Start off the week by downloading the myCEA app. This app will be your hub for staying updated on all things related to CEA, including events, news, and resources. You can download it from your app store (available for both iOS and Android). Go to:

Tuesday: Share Your “Why”

Today, we want to hear from you! Share your “Why” – why you became involved in education, why you’re passionate about what you do, or why you are a proud union member. Record your video on our story collection app StoryVine and using the hashtag #WeAreCEA and tagging @ColoradoEA Let’s inspire each other with our stories.

Share your story, follow these simple steps:

  • Head to to be directed to our Story Vine sign-up form.
  • Once you’ve filled out the form, you’ll receive an email with a link to download the app.
  • Follow the step-by-step instructions provided in the app to record your story in minutes with ease.

Wednesday: Advocating for Fully Funded Education, Safety, and Respect

Take a moment to reflect and share your insights! We’re using Mentimeter to gather your thoughts on what fully funded education, safety, and respect mean to you. Head over to the link provided and answer the following questions:

1️⃣ What resources would make the biggest impact for your students?
2️⃣ What would make you feel respected as an educator?
3️⃣ What would make you feel safe in your school environment?

Advocate for what we need with us by going to 

Thursday: Email Your Legislator

Today, let’s focus our advocacy efforts on a crucial issue: school safety. We urge you to email your legislator and advocate for prioritizing funding the School Safety Task Force. Together, let’s ensure our schools have the resources they need to create safe and secure environments for students and educators alike. Personalize your message and share your experiences to make a meaningful impact.

Click here to take 5 minutes and use our email template to reach your Representative today.

Friday: Snap a Picture with our Photobooth (In person/Virtual)

Wrap up the week by joining our photobooth activity, either in person or virtually. Show Union Pride by snapping a photo with our props or using our custom digital filters. Share your photos on social media using #WeAreCEA and tagging @ColoradoEA.

***Check back on Friday for information on how to participate in the photobooth***

Thank you for participating in CEA’s Digital Week of Action! Your engagement and advocacy make a difference in our collective efforts to improve education in Colorado.

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