Resources for Community-Based Organizations

In 2011, our founding partner, the Dorchester-Roxbury Labor Committee collected the lessons from their first workforce diversity organizing project on the construction of the Kroc Community Center in their report FOR THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE

OUTREACH TO WOMEN

Be part of letting community women know about careers in the trades

  • Ongoing efforts to reach out to women in the community who are interested in careers in the construction trades, or may never have thought this was an option for them, are led by our partner, BUILD A LIFE THAT WORKS. The website will help you get started in learning about the union building trades and you can register to learn more. At Tradeswomen Tuesdays, held around the state and online during Covid, women hear from and can ask question of women who have worked in the trades, some since last month and many for decades. For more information, contact Kate Leon at 857-800-8881 or kateNCTE@gmail.com.

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THE VALUE OF UNION TRAINING AND MEMBERSHIP

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