Hellenic American Educators Association/UFT

The Hellenic American Educators Association of the UFT represents members of the Greek community working in the New York City public school system. HAEA/UFT was established in 1975 with the enthusiasm and vision of its founder, Dr. Nikos M. Spanakos, who brought together a group of educators of Greek descent for the purpose of uniting Hellenes with Phihellenes to promote Hellenic ethic identity in the mainstream of American education. HAEA/UFT is dedicated to actively serving our students and the educational community with pride and vision while fostering Hellenic ideals.

The goals of HAEA/UFT are to:

  • Raise the ethnic consciousness of educators through cultural exchange, lectures and workshop
  • Serve as a liaison on educational issues pertinent to the Greek-American Community
  • Arrange professional activities through cultural and academic studies
  • Offer guidance to college students interested in entering the teaching profession
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All UFT members are eligible to join. Non-UFT personnel, including university employees and union members affiliated with the New York City Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO, NYSUT, or AFT, may serve as associate members.

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Hellenic American Educators Association Celebration of Greek Independence 2018

The UFT Hellenic American Educators Association’s annual celebration of Greek Independence Day at UFT headquarters in Manhattan on April 26 marked 197 years of Greece’s independence with a Greek buffet and a talk on “The Glories of Ancient Greece.”

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