Become a MassCUE Member
Thank you for your interest in joining MassCUE, the premier professional organization for educational technology in Massachusetts. Join our community of innovative and creative educators.
Benefits of Membership:
- Reduced admission fees to MassCUE conferences and workshops throughout the year
- Complimentary entrance to several member-only events, including Learning Tours and MassCUE’s Annual General Board Meeting in June
- Member-only email subscription featuring updates and alerts on MassCUE activities
- Specialized grant funding
- Scholarship opportunities
- Special awards and recognition
- Membership to Infobase Learning Cloud
Most importantly, by joining MassCUE you will be supporting MassCUE’s mission to advance technology in education for all schools from early childhood through higher education. Learn more about MassCUE and member benefits by browsing our website and our Member Benefit Brochure.
Annual Fee Options
- 1 Year: $40.00
- 2 Year: $70.00
- 3 Year: $100.00
To learn more about becoming a Corporate Member, visit our Corporate Member page.
To learn more about becoming a Corporate Partner, visit our Corporate Partner page.
Manage Your Member Profile with “My MassCUE”
Use “My MassCUE” to Renew Your Membership and/or Update Your Contact Information
If you would like to renew your membership and/or update your contact information, be sure to log in to My MassCUE to update your member profile.
If you have never managed your member profile online with My MassCUE, be sure to Sign Up for My MassCUE so you can keep your membership profile up-to-date with us. It’s quick and easy!
Preservice teachers and college students are welcome to join MassCUE. In order to be eligible, a student member must carry a normal full-time academic program as a registered undergraduate or graduate student in an institutionally approved course of study. A student carrying 12 or more credit hours in a fall and spring semester is considered a full-time student. The total cumulative period for a member to hold the MassCUE Student membership is limited to five years. Full-time students continuing at a graduate level may contact MassCUE for an extension.
Not ready to become a MassCUE member? Join our Mailing List!
You can subscribe to our mailing list today to receive special announcements, professional development offerings and/or vendor information and sponsorship opportunities.
You can also still attend our professional development offerings, including our premiere conference, workshops and other special events. View our calendar of events to learn more about all of the exciting learning opportunities MassCUE has to offer.
First Year Teacher/Administrator
Are you an educator or administrator in your first year? Guess what? You are entitled to a FREE one year membership to MassCUE!
MassCUE provides connections to our network of the region’s most innovative educators. Once a member, you will have access to all of the membership benefits, including discounts on professional development workshops, school tours, special interest groups, and more.
Register for your Membership Account
Special Note: When registering for the Complimentary First Year Teacher Membership, please select Individual MassCUE Member from drop-down menu. Once all your personal info (address, phone, etc.) is entered you will then have the option to select First Year Teacher.
Massachusetts Computer Using Educators (MassCUE) is the state’s leading organization for educators with a passion for effectively integrating technology in education. MassCUE is the state affiliate of International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).
MassCUE started in 1984 with 15 technology-inspired educators meeting regularly in a school library. Now, MassCUE proudly supports over 800 active members, 15 Corporate Partners, and 60 Corporate Members. We are a self-governed, all-volunteer led organization with 10 specialized committees.
MassCUE’s mission is to educate, connect and inspire the educational community by providing high-quality professional learning; leveraging knowledge and expertise; recognizing innovation, excellence and courage; and advocating for strategic policies and programs.Print this page