Texas AFT AMP

Associate Membership Program

Join our movement to build a powerful voice for public school educators and support professionals across the state. #OurWorkIsPowerful

Using Your Membership Benefits

As a member of AFT, you have access to a wide array of benefits and discounts. Need your membership ID number? Contact our Austin office at 800-252-8350.

Texas AFT’s Associate Membership Program (AMP) provides educators an opportunity to engage in meaningful issue advocacy while creating momentum to give public school employees a powerful voice in the decision-making process. Learn more by calling 800-252-9350.

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Join Us

New members can join Texas AFT AMP for $115 per year.
(Dues for Organizing Committees vary by district.)

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AMP Benefits

Texas AFT AMP members receive many benefits, including our union’s AFT+ Member Benefits program.

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Representation

Members seeking assistance with job-related questions or grievances can contact our Member Service Department at 800-252-9350.

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Contact Us

We provide local and regional offices across the state. Find the nearest location to you, and our team will be happy to speak with you.

About Texas AFT AMP

The Texas AFT Associate Membership Program (AMP) is an introductory membership program for Texas AFT.

AMP membership offers discounted dues rates while maintaining high-quality union benefits.

We represent K-12 educators and support professionals working in districts that do not yet have a local AFT union. We do not accept administrators as members.

Texas AFT AMP aims to build local unions capable of sustainably representing all members. By supporting local efforts to create a deeper and broader understanding of employee rights and union organizing, we can give school employees the vision and the vehicle needed to defend their rights and those of their colleagues.

To accomplish the task of organizing school employees in Texas, Texas AFT AMP seeks to position itself so that school employees, state officials, and the public at large will see our union as the best and most effective advocate of the public schools, public school students, and public school employees.


Professional Development

Our Texas AFT Bridges Institute for Professional Development is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization devoted to providing professional development and educational resources to Texas educators. Check out current and upcoming events on the Bridges Institute page.


Share My Lesson

Share My Lesson is designed by educators for educators. The award-winning, AFT-exclusive Share My Lesson is a one-stop destination for high-quality, educator-developed and educator-vetted resources for your classroom use.


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