Labor Day weekend held special meaning for nearly 200 union brothers and sisters.
The National Dream University, a partnership between National Labor College and the University of California at Los Angeles’ Center for Labor Research and Education “aims to make hi
With only one more Friday before the scholarship deadline, this is the second to last post in the Fulfill Your Dreams series.
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.
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.
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 proudest day of Don Dudley’s life was the day he showed his college degree to his mother.
Alejandro “Alex” Garcia, an electrician and a member of IBEW Local 357, doesn’t need to pick up the newspaper or watch the nightly news to learn about the impact of the nation’s rece
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