Scholarships Available for Fall at National Labor College
July 4th has come and gone in a burst of fireworks and barbeques with union-made Ball Park Franks and beer.
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
On Saturday, June 23, 2012, AFL-CIO President Emeritus John Sweeney, who serves on National Labor College’s (NLC) Board of Trustees, officially granted degrees to NLC’s Class of 2012.
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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
The Building and Construction Trades Department (BCTD), with the support of the AFL-CIO and LIUNA, jointly released the findings of a first-ever state-by-state comparative analysis by of the
“It’s true — NLC is the ‘West Point’ for labor,” said Bill Hager of the Electrical Workers Local 369.
It’s official! Residencies are back and better than ever for Labor Studies students!
After a comprehensive review of the Labor Studies curriculum, NLC is integrating two short residencies
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
Chicago, Ill.—On January 5, 2012, four National Labor College alumni presented at the Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA) Conference.