Category: Education

ATU Acquires National Labor College Campus

NATIONAL LABOR COLLEGE

Today marks a rebirth and reinvigorated commitment to education and progressive training for organized labor as the Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) expands its long-standing union education and activism program to the newly acquired campus of the former National Labor College. The National Labor College, founded in 1970 by AFL-CIO President George Meany, has been the …

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Make It a Union-Made Memorial Day Barbecue

Memorial Day is the unofficial kickoff to the summer holiday season. While the day honors those who have given their lives defending the nation the weekend also marks the start of grilling season. Here’s some union-made food and drink to get your barbecue off to a great start: Hot Dogs, Sausages, Other Grill Meats Ball …

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2014 Scholarship Winners

The Executive Board would like to congratulate the following 2014 Boston Carmen’s Union Scholarship winners: Thomas Brown – grandson of brother Robert Maughn who is a retiree of E.E. & M. John Daniels Jr. – son of brother John Daniels Sr. who is a Bennett St. operator. Alyssa MacDonald – granddaughter of brother Roger Campion …

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