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www.uft.org/health-benefits

The United Federation of Teachers Welfare Fund (UFTWF) has expanded our collaboration with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) to offer all UFT public school professionals free access to Talking with Children About Cancer, a program designed to help adults communicate with children who have a loved one in their life with cancer.

www1.nyc.gov/site/olr/health/healthhome.page

These benefits are intended to provide you and your eligible dependents with the fullest possible protection that can be purchased with the available funding. The OLR website and the NYC Health Benefits Program Summary Program Description (SPD) provide you with information about your benefits under the New York City Health Benefits Program.

www.schools.nyc.gov/careers/working-at-the-doe/benefits...

Department of Education (DOE) employees who work more than 20 hours a week can select from a variety of health insurance plans, several of which require no employee contributions. Coverage for employees and their families begins on the first day of employment. Employees also receive dental, vision, and prescription drug benefits, and are eligible for health benefits after retirement...

www1.nyc.gov/site/olr/health/retiree/health-retiree...

The Health Benefits Program is also available to provide service and information to City retirees who have questions about or problems with their health benefits or pension check deductions. Retirees contacting the Health Benefits Program should always include the following information (please print clearly): Name, Address and Telephone Number

www.teaching-certification.com/salaries-benefits/new-york-teaching...

New York Teaching Salaries and Benefits. One of the major perks of teaching in New York is the culturally rich and diverse environment. Teachers in New York have access to over 200 arts and cultural organizations, giving them wider access to materials and activities that help bring their daily lessons to life.

www.glassdoor.com/Benefits/New-York-City-Department-of...

Learn about New York City Department of Education , including insurance benefits, retirement benefits, and vacation policy. Benefits information above is provided anonymously by current and former New York City Department of Education employees, and may include a summary provided by the employer.

www.uft.org/health-benefits/city-health-plans

As a UFT member, you have a comprehensive health benefits package, which includes a choice of health plans that city unions jointly negotiate for their members and the supplemental benefits that the UFT Welfare Fund provides.. There are a range of city health plans to choose from, including no-cost options such as HIP or basic GHI to plans that will require a monthly premium.

teachnyc.net/your-career/salary-and-benefits

Salary & Benefits. Make a living doing what you love. All teachers in New York City public schools receive a professional salary and competitive benefits package, earning more for additional experience and coursework, or for taking on new responsibilities.

www.hostos.cuny.edu/Hostos/media/Office-of-Human-Resources/...

City of New York Health Benefits Program Frequently Asked Questions for Retirees UPON YOUR RETIREMENT YOU WILL BE ENROLLED FOR HEALTH BENEFITS ON THE FIRST DAY OF YOUR RETIREMENT PROVIDED YOUR APPLICATION HAS BEEN PROCESSED BY THE HEALTH BENEFITS PROGRAM PRIOR TO THE DATE OF RETIREMENT (AT LEAST 3 WEEKS BEFORE YOUR RETIREMENT DATE). Make

www.nystrs.org/Benefits

NYSTRS administers retirement, disability and death benefits for members. Eligibility depends on factors such as tier of membership, age, earnings and service credit.