UniServ" is short for "Unified Service." And that's what the UniServ program is all about. While ISEA and NEA headquarters staff provide a wide range of specialized programs and services for members, our UniServ program is designed to bring those programs and services directly to the local level. Our UniServ directors work out of nine regional offices across the state. They are on-call to help with individual contract problems, negotiations, membership development, political action, or training activities. If you have a job-related question or feel that your rights may have been violated, help is only a phone call or email away.
Please enter your district to find your Uniserv Unit, or select your Unit below.
UniServ Unit Two represents members in AGWSR EA, Alden EA, Aplington-Parkersburg EA, Belmond-Klemme EA, Belmond-Klemme ESA, CAL EA, Central Springs EA, Charles City Comm EA, Charles City CSDESA, Clarion-Goldfield-Dows EA, Clarksville EA, Clear Lake EA, Eldora-New Providence EA, Forest City EA, Fort Dodge CSMEBU, Fort Dodge EA, Fort Dodge SCEA, Garner-Hayfield-Ventura EA, Garner-Hayfield-Ventura ESA, Hampton-Dumont EA, Howard-Winneshiek CA, Howard-Winneshiek EA, Hubbard-Radcliffe EA, Iowa Central Comm Coll CEA, Iowa Central Comm Coll EA, Iowa Falls EA, Lake Mills EA, Mason City EA, North Butler EA, North Iowa Area CC-IHEA, Northeast Hamilton EA, Northwood-Kensett EA, Osage Comm Sch EA, Osage ESA, Riceville EA, Roland-Story EA, Rudd-Rockford-Marble Rock EA, South Hamilton EA, St Ansgar EA, Stratford EA, Webster City EA, Webster City ESA/ISEA, and West Fork EA.
Karen Koenig, president
Beth Ades-Hanson, ISEA Executive Board Rep