Hey union ladies! Want to learn more about the labor movement, and how you can become a stronger leader?
You will learn about these, and much, much more by attending any of the three Union Women’s Summer School programs being offered this summer by The United Association for Labor Education!
Registration is now open for the three programs, each of which are offered on separate dates in different regions of the country.
The Northeast Regional Summer School for Union Women program, called “Raising our voices: Women’s Leadership for Democracy in our work, our country, and our world!“, will take place at the end of July. It will focus on strengthening the knowledge of union who have come together–rank and file members, officers, and staff–about the labor movement, in order to create better leadership skills.
The Western Regional Summer Institute for Union Women program, called “Women Emerging as Leaders” will take place in late June. This course also focuses on leadership skills and community work.
The third program, the Midwest/Southern Women’s School for Union Women will be held in mid August.
The workshops offered at all of these school programs are fantastic tools for women who are looking to get more involved in the labor movement–to protect workers rights and rebuild the middle class.
Go to http://bit.ly/Yhvunu now for more information and to download useful brochures. Register now to reserve your spot for this great opportunity!