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
Students research the 1949-50 attempt by the United Tobacco Workers to organize workers at RJ Reynolds.
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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.
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July 4th has come and gone in a burst of fireworks and barbeques with union-made Ball Park Franks and beer.
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