In 2018 the UFCW Charity Foundation will award several scholarships to their member. If you are a member of WPEA you qualify to apply for one of these scholarships! The scholarship application will be available online from February 12 - May 13, 2018.
To find out more please visit: www.ufcwcharityfoundation.org/scholarship
As you prepare this week for the Big Game, remember to support other local unions. Check out these great brands made with union labor:
Hidden Valley Ranch
Pork rinds: Quality Snack Foods, Evans Food Products, Frito Lay
Chips: Frito Lay, Mission Tortilla chips
Totino’s Pizza Rolls
Kraft Velveeta and Philadelphia cream cheese (for buffalo dip!)
Wise Potato Chips
Foster Farms Chicken & Turkey Franks
Foster Farms Corn Dogs
Foster Farms Turkey Lunchmeats
Zacky Farms – Turkey Franks, Chicken Franks, Jalapeno Cheese Franks, Halal Franks and Sliced Bologna Packets
Busseto – Salami, Peppered Salami, Prosciutto
Carl Budding Meats
These are just a few!
With Right to Work looming in the distance it is important to know what you will be sacrificing in the end. Here is a lost wage calculator that shows what would happen financially to a public sector union member if Washington had Wisconsin type changes in labor laws: https://unionwage-calculator.org/
You enter your information, like salary and age, and it tells you how much you would lose. Don't Let Them Steal Your Union Job!
Sonoma State University
Summer Institute On Union Women
July 10th - 14th
Save the date
UC Berkeley Labor Center
Questions about the 2018 Institute should be directed to Kinechia Cadogan at
510-642-1027 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Summer Institute on Union Women is sponsored by the United Association for Labor Education
We welcome participation regardless of race, creed, religion, ethnicity, color, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, or immigrant status
For more information, please visit us online:2018 SIUW Website or check out the flyer here.
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