Hundreds of students have already signed up to take a class in Fall 2012. Are you one of them?
Don’t forget that August 6th is the scholarship and financial aid deadline.
Kurt Spiegel, a field supervisor for WFSE/AFSCME 28, worried that he wouldn’t have the time, energy and financial resources to reach his goal of earning a bachelor’s degree in Labor Stud
Corey and Kristina Brown, electricians from Local 292 in East Bethel, Minnesota, were each awarded $795 scholarships to attend National Labor College.
If you’re looking to beef up your skills in Organizing, Arbitration or Contract Negotiation, sign up and pay before July 1, 2012, to save at least $70 per class.
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William “Bill” Steiner a plumber from Local 398 in Montclair, California, was prepared to dip into his savings or use his credit card to pay for his fall tuition to attend the NLC, but t
“It’s true — NLC is the ‘West Point’ for labor,” said Bill Hager of the Electrical Workers Local 369.
Graduates, commencement is just three weeks away!
It’s time to select your class speaker. This week is your opportunity to learn more about the speakers and ask them questions.
George Bowman, Jr., a steamfitter from Local 420 in Philadelphia, PA, became disillusioned when he applied for jobs only to be rejected because he didn’t have a college degree.
In an article about a new federal program aimed at helping veterans retrain for new careers, NLC student Julius Ware, II, tells his story.
Sandy Opstvedt, a member of IBEW Local 55, has a full-time job, is a union activist, and serves on the Democratic National Committee.