Begin your career with SMSTA.
Join SMSTA for free and become a part of Missouri’s oldest and largest education association.
MSTA nurtures the next generation of teachers by sponsoring a student group at the college level.
Student MSTA is the pre-professional organization for education majors on Missouri college and university campuses. Members have opportunities for:
- Personal and professional growth
- Development of leadership skills
- Participation in professional development at local and state levels
SMSTA’s services include:
- Liability insurance for student teachers
- Legal assistance
- Digital version of School & Community magazine
- Annual fall meeting during MSTA’s state convention
- Statewide SMSTA advocacy day at the Missouri Capitol
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Calvary Bible College
Central Methodist University
Central Methodist MAC
College of the Ozarks
East Central College
Hannibal La Grange University
Kansas City Art Institute
Mineral Area College
Missouri Baptist University
Missouri Baptist at Jefferson County
Missouri Baptist at Mineral
Missouri Baptist University Troy/Wentzville Regional Learning Center
Missouri Southern State University
Missouri State West Plaines
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Missouri Valley College
Missouri Western State University
North Central Missouri College
Northwest Missouri State University
Southeast Missouri State University
Southwest Baptist University Center
St. Charles Community College
State Fair Community College/CMU
Three Rivers Community College
University of Central Missouri
University of Missouri
University of Missouri-St. Louis
MSTA’s Salary and Benefits report makes it easy to compare the salary schedules and benefits offered by districts from across the state. Download the pdf, or use the interactive salary tool to filter and compare districts by enrollment, salaries, regions and more.
College juniors can apply for nonrenewable $500 scholarships. The deadline to apply is March 31.
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Know a teacher that deserves some recognition? Be sure to nominate them in MSTA’s Thank-a-Teacher Contest.