Local 3657 Members are invited to RSVP for our special, two-day (March 20th & 21st) screening and discussion of the documentary film, Moundsville.
For members in the headquarters, we will have ‘mounds of barbeque’ for lunch on Wednesday, March 20th in the ninth-floor conference room from 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. We’ll host a potluck for the moderated discussion the next day on Thursday, March 21st, so start cooking now. Click here to RSVP for the screening and sign up for the potluck.
For members outside the building, we have arranged for the documentary to be available electronically. Please enter your name in this form and we will provide you with the link and password to view it. We will also live-stream the moderated discussion for members to watch and participate in the Q & A session.
Also, please note that members in the District and Washington, D.C., offices can request reimbursement for up to $15 for lunch if they submit receipts.
Here’s a description of the documentary in case you are interested in what it’s about.
If you have any questions, please contact Tony Montana (firstname.lastname@example.org) or John Lepley (email@example.com).
The New Member Committee is happy to welcome Nikki Kemp and Amber Stenman to Local 3657. Both will be working in the organizing department. You can find out more about them by reading the bios below. If you see them around, please give them a warm welcome to our local union!
About Nikki: I’m currently working in Organizing on the Pitt Faculty Campaign. I’ve worked with fast food and health care workers to build the Fight for $15 in Pittsburgh, Philly and across the country. I’ve worked with SEIU Healthcare PA and 32BJ union members to strengthen their chapters and have done work with Planned Parenthood. I’ve been a letter carrier, bartender, and some things in between. Other than that I like to run and box.
About Amber: Hello, brothers and sisters! I’m Amber and have spent most of my adult life in the helping professions, ultimately leading to the labor movement when I realized the only true way to lift people up is lifting them out of poverty and helping them find their own voice. My path to getting here included earning a Sociology degree at IUP, a master’s of Social and Public Policy at Duquesne, and years or experience organizing healthcare workers. I couldn’t be more excited to put my experience to work at the USW!
The Local 3657 Women of Steel Committee is holding a teach-in on Tuesday, Feb. 26, to discuss how to overcome divisions and gain support through basic organizing conversations and role-play exercise.
When: Tuesday, Feb. 26, 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
Where: International Headquarters – 2nd Floor Conference Room
Note: Lunch will be provided by the local. We will also reimburse up to $15 for field members of Local 3657 who participate on the call.
If you cannot attend in person, you can participate in the workshop using the Maestro system by clicking here.
For more information, contact Rachel Nunes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take Your Child to Work Day is Thursday, April 25, 2019. USW Local 3657 and the International are interested in making this day a day of labor enrichment for all the children who attend, both in the headquarters and in the field.
If you are planning on bringing your child to work that day, please complete the survey below. Make sure you mark the shirts as child or adult size.
– Your name:
– Children’s names, ages and shirt size(s):
– Your address:
– Your phone number:
** Please return the survey to Elizabeth Laycak (email@example.com) no later than 3/11/19 **
Thanks for your cooperation and support in making this a fun-filled day!