VSTE members may nominate themselves or a colleague who belongs to VSTE to be considered for election to the Virginia Society for Technology in Education (VSTE) Board of Directors for a three-year term. This is an opportunity to become involved in the key decision-making group for the Virginia Society for Technology in Education.
Nominations for the 2020-2023 Board term will be open from Monday, January 27, 2020, through Friday, February 28, 2020. Nominees and those who nominate them must be members of VSTE.
The slate of nominees will be announced in March and the election will be held in April.
The nomination form will be available in the Members' Only area of the website. When you are ready to nominate either yourself or someone else, you can start here.
You can preview the nomination form but must submit the final form online.
Remember, you must be a VSTE member to nominate, to be nominated, and to participate in the online election. Details for a complimentary membership can always be found at VSTE’s website. Please let us know, via email to [email protected], if you have any questions or need further information about the election process.
In order to vote in the elections, you must be a member for at least ten days prior to the opening of the Board elections in April.
Member Login Information
It will be necessary for you to login to the system to participate in the nomination and election process. You can find the login page here. Unless you have changed it, you should use your email address at which you receive VSTE mailings for your login. If you do not remember your password, you may click the link on the login screen for those forgetting their password. Your password will be emailed to you. Once you login, you can update your membership information, change your login and/or password (as necessary) and submit a nomination. Please write to [email protected] if you have problems accessing the member only section of our website.
Thank you for your interest,
VSTE Election Committee, 2020
Janet Copenhaver, Chair