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On Friday, hundreds of thousands of federal workers received their paychecks – and for many of them, those paychecks were less than half of what they should hav
**Financial aid deadline extended to August 17th!**
Submit your application by August 17th to be eligible for financial aid, scholarships, and solidarity awards for the fall semester.
Monday is the last day to submit your application for scholarships and financial aid. Be sure to reserve some time this weekend to finish them up and send them in.
“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
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.
“It’s true — NLC is the ‘West Point’ for labor,” said Bill Hager of the Electrical Workers Local 369.
Tina Davis, Local 1270 president and education case manager, has reached extraordinary heights in her career, education and union, but she felt to maximize her potential she needed to go to
Don’t forget: the Fall scholarship deadline is August 6th!
One recent scholarship winner, Walter Dority, Jr.
That means we’re counting down to the August 9th 6th Fall scholarship deadline with a new series of blog posts.
Lydia Gallegos, an IT specialist with the U.S.