When Edward Smith attended National Labor College (NLC) back in 1974, labor was in its heyday. A labor shortage meant high wages and ‘cafeteria’ benefits.
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July 4th has come and gone in a burst of fireworks and barbeques with union-made Ball Park Franks and beer.
Portraits and Group Photos of the Class of 2012, their family, friends and union leaders
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Gary Lucy, Vice President of the NLC Alumni Association
Upon hearing that the School of Labor Studies has reinstated Residencies for new students in the School of Labor Studies, Gary Lucy, V
The proudest day of Don Dudley’s life was the day he showed his college degree to his mother.
Each time, professor Henry Jajuga presents in front of a new group of students, he’s transported back in time to 1999 when he sat in one of those same seats and made the decision to finish
As Tim Turnbach, member of the United Association (UA) Local 524, looked at the sun glinting off the stainless steel sculpture he created, he knew that the joy and pride of this moment would
Life has changed considerably for Hamlet, the most recent addition to the NLC community, since he moved east from California.
Maria Gallegos stands second from left with fellow union activists and community organizers after performing a series of vignettes she’d written.
Chicago, Ill.—On January 5, 2012, four National Labor College alumni presented at the Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA) Conference.