September 2012 E-Board Swearing InMore
Please come to our Spring Membership Meeting, Monday April 18, 3:30 to 4:30 pm in Room 2925.
We are meeting with a short but important agenda:
- Nominations will be taken to serve as next year’s representatives on the union’s Executive Board—as well as nominees for delegates to the Martin Luther King County Labor Council (MLKLC) and for the AFT National Convention.
- Kira Wennstrom, our lead negotiator, will provide you with an update about our bargaining process and we will explain how you can help support our bargaining team through participation in issue focus groups.
- Additional announcements and updates—like a save-the-date for an upcoming thank-you reception for our associate faculty, plus a few other items.
We are the AFT local that represents all full-time and associate faculty at Shoreline Community College. Our Executive Board is made up of Federation officers and representatives. E-Board meets during regular academic quarters on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month, at 3:00 pm in room 9202.
SCCFT Local 1950 is your faculty union.
Are you a full or part-time faculty member at Shoreline Community College? Then you are eligible to be a member of the SCC Federation of Teachers. Print out the form below, fill it out, sign it and return it to Duvalle Daniel, Foss Building. Membership Form
Join your Shoreline Community College faculty union by filling out this form and submitting it to the President of the Local.
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