The BCAEA communicates with members three times a year, sending out the conference brochure in late September, and publishing the fall and spring editions of the newsletter. Printed copies sent by regular mail use address labels provided by the BCTF. We send the BCTF the address you provided us when you registered. If you didn’t attend the conference but have maintained your membership in the association, and your address with the BCTF is out of date, make sure you update your information with them so you continue to receive our publications.
Members who have opted to receive electronic communication from the BCAEA instead of paper receive this communication via the email address provided when you registered for the last conference. We use the MailChimp mass-emailing service which makes it easy for us to manage, and makes it easy for you to unsubscribe if you change your mind about receiving communication this way.
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In conjunction with the BCTF, the BCAEA is pleased to offer an email discussion list for the use of its members, and administrators and youth care workers involved with the education of at-risk youth.
Joining is easy! Visit the BCTF email list page by clicking on the button below. Once on the page, select psa-bcalted from the drop down list. Make sure the join radio button is selected, type the email address at which you would like to receive email in the box, then click on send. That’s all there is to it! You should receive a welcome message in short order.Join ListServe
Should you decide to leave the list at any time, click on the button below and follow the same procedure as joining, but select the leave radio button instead.Leave ListServe
The BCAEA maintains a directory of all the alternate programs it is aware of in the province. It is available for download as either a PDF file or an Excel (XLS) spreadsheet. If you know of errors or omissions, please contact the Publications Manager, whose email address is on the Contact page.