Texas Extension Education Association

What Do TEEA Members Do?

Texas Extension Education Association (TEEA) clubs meet regularly for educational programs and community service.  These activities strengthen our community by providing information that focuses on family, education and service. Come participate in monthly club meetings and enjoy fun and fellowship while we learn.  In addition to caring for any necessary business at monthly meetings, an educational program is presented by the Extension Agent, a trained leader or guest speaker. Topics include anything the group wants to learn about.  Become trained leaders through workshops and educational opportunities offered at the county, state and even the national level.

The County Extension Agent regularly conducts “leader training” for club members, who, in turn, present the lesson to their respective club members. Attend District, State, National and International Conferences where they meet people from other locales with a common interest in strengthening families.  Workshops and educational seminars are presented at these events.Club members also support 4-H, the youth development program of Extension. Club members may lead project groups or serve as judges for contests.  Extension Education Clubs provide scholarships for 4-H members.

South High EEA Club

    • Meets the 2nd Tuesday evening of most months at Good News Lutheran Church. Contact the Extension Office at 210-631-0400 for the next meeting time and club contact.


TEEA members recently celebrated their 75th Anniversary as a state association. Through the years TEEA has changed its name but not its philosophy and mission. Previous names have been Family and Community Education (FCE), Extension Homemakers and Home Demonstration clubs.

To find a TEEA Club near you, contact your local county Extension office. In Bexar County, call 210-631-0400.

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