Happy Labor Day and NLC Highlights by Dr. Paula Peinovich, President »
President Paula Peinovich
Greetings! In honor of Labor Day and the traditional start of the academic year, I am writing to share highlights from the past year and our goals for the upcoming
Sheet Metal Workers Union Assistant to the General President Named NLC Alumni of the Year »
National Labor College’s Alumni Association has named Marc A. Norberg – who graduated in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Labor Studies – Alumni of the Year.
Diverse Student Body Learns from Each Other at NLC Spring Residency »
This past President’s Day weekend, National Labor College students pursuing their degrees in the School of Labor Studies spent four days together in the intensive residency component of th
Vigorous Discussions Highlight NLC Residency Program »
Students research the 1949-50 attempt by the United Tobacco Workers to organize workers at RJ Reynolds.
Union Degree Helps Firefighter Blaze Ahead »
One of the biggest difficulties that union members face is that people don’t understand who we really are, says Mark Fuller of Kansas City, MO.
Keeping Up and Reaching Out at NLC: Class President Post 2 of 2 »
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
Meet Your New Class President: Post 1 of 2 »
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.
Still “Raising Hell” at 61 – One Graduate’s Journey »
As the 61-year-old grandmother walked across the stage at commencement, a large contingent of family and friends jumped out of their seats, hollered and snapped pictures with their cameras a
Did You See Dean Katz on MSNBC? »
On Friday, July 13, NLC’s Dean of Labor Studies and School of Professional Studies Daniel Katz, PhD. appeared on “Now with Alex Wagner” on MSNBC.
From Work Boots to Work Suits, NLC Graduate Ensures Ullico Stays True to Union Roots »
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.