Building Capacity Through Skills Training
The NYC CLC, along with our Labor and Community partners, offer trainings to members and staff on digital & social media.
These complimentary sessions are made possible by New York City Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO; Consortium for Worker Education;
New York Paid Leave Coalition; Organizing 2.0;
New York State AFL-CIO; National AFL-CIO
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The New York City Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO is made up of 300 affiliated unions across various industries representing more than 1.3 million workers.
Attached below is a list of print shops that are affiliated with the Allied Printing Trades Council.
Whether printing invites and journals for a fundraising event or printing election literature, make sure you are using print shops which provide fair wages and benefits for the workers they employ.
The New York City Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO, Community Board Initiative (CBI) helps trade unionists become more activated in their local community to improve quality of life issues, advocate for responsible development and union jobs, and strengthen our communities for families and neighbors.
Links to external sites to help you find and contact your Congressional Representative, US Senator, State Senator, State Assembly Member and City Council Member.
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The links below are provided as a source of reference to help keep you informed about the efforts and activities of the labor movement.
Consortium for Worker Education The Consortium for Worker Education (CWE) is a private, non-profit agency that provides a wide array of workforce preparation, industry specific training and employment services to over 70,000 New York City workers annually, including union members, New Americans and dislocated workers.
Thousands of union members and working families around the tri-state area are struggling to recover from the devastating impact of Hurricane Sandy. There are numerous city, state and federal agencies offering all kinds of assistance, from meal delivery and pet rescue to mortgage relief and low-interest loans. In addition, disaster assistance is available for those who lost wages due to Sandy, lost jobs, or lost personal possessions, whether they own a home or rent one. ANYONE who suffered any kind of damage due to Hurricane Sandy is encouraged to REGISTER immediately with FEMA and NY State....
This page will be used for union resources relating to the Friedrichs v CTA case currently being decided by the Supreme Court.
AFL-CIO: What's This Friedrichs Case Really About?
AFSCME: Remaking Our Union