Jose(left), Jonathan, and his mother at his high school graduation in 2009.
Many children of union members follow in their parents’ footsteps into a similar career path.
My name is Edison Fraser. I am a Special Grand Lodge Representative with the IAMAW Transportation Department. When I graduated High School, my intentions were always to go to college.
The Union’s Path to the Future Necessarily Includes Education
In preparation for 2009 negotiations, United Steelworkers Local 227 sent me to National Labor College (NLC) in Silver Spring,
“It was tough when I got out [of the military] and I was looking for a job—although I had experience, I didn’t have the licenses to continue working in the private sector in aircrafts
Roger Young leafleting during two-week Verizon strike with daughters Lia and Paige
“I knew after the first 10 minutes in class that I was in the right place,” said Roger Young of partici
Since 1976, Carrie Biggs Adams has been a proud member of the National Association of Broadcast Employees and Technicians-Communications Workers of America (NABET-CWA), first as a member and
Each time Carrie Biggs-Adams enrolls in a new class, she can’t wait to see who she knows from prior classes and who else she’ll get to meet.
Labor Day weekend held special meaning for nearly 200 union brothers and sisters.
With only one more Friday before the scholarship deadline, this is the second to last post in the Fulfill Your Dreams series.
“This degree will allow me to bring my workplace up-to-date with cutting edge technology and new software, making the company more competitive,” says John Bacon who is pursuing a degree