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NSBLC Membership

We invite you to become a member of the National School Boards Leadership Council.

Good News! You do not have to be a school board member to be a member of NSBLC. Any community member can join!


Membership Benefits

  1. Your membership allows the NSBLC to educate citizens, your supporters, parents, and others about the issues our education system and you face. This education benefits you by helping your community understand the need for their input and their support.
  2. We will educate elected representatives to pass legislation that benefits our students and our education systems.
  3. We will continue to produce materials including policies, public statement examples and advisement on the issues you are working with.
  4. State and US Legislative alerts

Membership fees are $500 per year. Renewal fees occur every January.

Membership can be funded using:

  1. Your personal funds
  2. Your leftover campaign funds
  3. A business sponsor
  4. Secure a business sponsor yourself
  5. We will help you find a business sponsor. Let us know if you need us to secure a business sponsor.


If you choose to become a member please fill out this form and you will taken to a confirmation page that has a link to pay your membership fee.

If you need help finding a sponsor please fill out this form and we will get back with you as soon as possible

By submitting this form, you are consenting to receive emails from: Moms for America, momsforamerica.us.
You can revoke your consent to receive emails at any time by using the Unsubscribe Link, found at the bottom of every email.

If you prefer to pay by check, please send a check for your membership fees directly to:

National School Boards Leadership Council
4255 Nicholson Rd
Clarksville, Ohio 45113

Be sure to include your name, address, email, phone number, school district and your county in your correspondence.

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