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Find out what UFCW members are doing to make real change in their communities, in their workplaces, and even around the globe. Discover the power of workers when they stick together to improve their jobs and the lives of workers everywhere.
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The best thing about being a UFCW member is the power to stick together with your co-workers and make your voices heard. But there are all kinds of other opportunities available to you as a union member, too, that can help you advance your career, get better training, or save a little money.
- Education and Scholarships – click here to find out what kind of scholarships, local and national, are available for UFCW and other union members.
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