TRS Mid-Career Workshop

The Benefits Department will be host two TRS Mid-Career Workshops this semester for employees that want to learn the basics about TRS membership.

As you continue your career in the University System, it is important to revisit your retirement plan and stay abreast of new information and legislation that may affect your retirement benefits. This workshop will provide you with an overview about the services TRS offers, along with an update on what’s going on in the retirement arena-both at TRS and in the state legislature.  Workshops will be offered at the Main Campus (Downtown) and at the Clarkston Campus.  Registration is required and seating is limited for each workshop.  Please click on the icons below to register for the workshop at the location that you will attend. A WebEx link will also be emailed to TRS members eligible for this workshop that may not be able to attend in person. 

TRS Mid-Career Workshop

For Employees  with 10-24 years of service

 Topics discussed during this workshop include:

  • An overview of TRS services and retirement plans
  • Financial overview of TRS
  • Vesting
  • Withdrawing your TRS service
  • The difference between being an active vs. inactive member
  • Creditable service, including sick leave
  • Death in service
  • Calculating your benefit
  • Resources to help you be successful

Thursday, March 2, 2017
11:00 am to 12:30 pm

Main Campus
Aderhold Learning Center
60 Luckie Street, Room 225

Seating is limited to 60 people for this workshop.  To register to attend this workshop please click below:

Eventbrite - TRS Mid-Career Workshop for Employees with 10-24 years of service - Main Campus

Tuesday, March 7, 2017
10:00 am to 11:30 am

Clarkston Campus
Jim Cherry Learning Resource Center(CL)
First Floor, Room 1100

Seating is limited to 25 people for this workshop.  To register to attend this workshop please click below: 

Eventbrite - TRS Mid-Career Workshop for Employees with 10-24 years of service - Clarkston Campus