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TACHE Membership Categories
A Professional member is an employee of a public or private higher education institution or agency.
An Associate member is a person who shares the purposes and goals of the Association, including public school administrators, teachers, and/or staff from pre-kinder to 12th grade.
A Student member is a person enrolled in any public or private higher education institution.
An Honorary member is an individual identified by the Executive Board who has performed a service which coincides with the Association's purpose or who retires while actively engaged in the field of higher education.
Chapters and Student Organizations
Any faculty or student college organization affiliated with an Institutional member operating with a constitution approved by the Executive Board. The local chapter and/or student organization's goal is to advance the mission of TACHE and to provide leadership in local scholarship fundraising, mentoring, networking, and tutoring initiatives for higher education and public schools.
An Institutional member is a public or private higher education institution or agency in the state of Texas that supports and furthers the goals of the Association. Institutional memberships include a certain number of professional and/or student members, depending on the level of institutional membership.
The 42nd annual conference of the Texas Association of Chicanos in Higher Education (TACHE) will be held in Austin, Texas, February 26-March 1, 2017. The conference theme this year is “Creer y Crecer: Inspiring and Building a Stronger Nation through Higher Education.”
The TACHE elections will be open from February 1st through February 10th for the following offices: President-Elect & Secretary. Regional representatives for the Central Region and Northeast Region will be elected by the members of their respective regions at the 42nd Annual TACHE Conference during the regional caucus meetings. Current TACHE members have been sent a link to submit their ballots online.
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