The four regional United Association for Labor Education (UALE) summer schools are now accepting registrations. This is a wonderful opportunity for women activists, electeds, staff, and community allies to grow their leadership in an empowering learning community, and scholarships are available for women ages 35 and younger (see attached links for additional information).
Check out the programs in your area:
- August 9-13 at UCLA, Los Angeles. SUMMER INSTITUTE ON UNION WOMEN: Breaking Down Barriers and Borders. Go to: http://www.labor.ucla.edu/get-involved/siuw/
- July 24-28 at Roosevelt University, Chicago and hosted jointly by the Illinois Labor History Society and the University of Illinois’ Labor Education Program. MIDWEST SCHOOL FOR WOMEN WORKERS: The Women of Summer–Exploring the Past and Organizing for the Future. Go to: http://www.illinoislaborhistory.org/msww2016/
- July 30-August 3 at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. NORTHEAST SUMMER SCHOOL FOR UNION WOMEN: The Struggle Is Real. Go to: http://smlr.rutgers.edu/NEunionwomensummerschool
- July 27-30 at Florida International University, Miami. SOUTHERN SCHOOL FOR UNION WOMEN: Know Your Rights–Working in a Globalized Environment. Go to: https://labor.fiu.edu/2016-southern-school-for-working-women/