There have been some troubling developments recently at Clark College.
The Clark College Board of Trustees recently contracted an accounting firm, Moss Adams, to conduct an audit of staffing and organizational structures within the college for efficiencies.
Guess what, working people in Southwest Washington - you're getting your very own podcast!
The Southwest Washington Central Labor Council is very proud to announce that our new podcast, Working to Live In Southwest Washington, will premiere this Labor Day weekend, on September 5th.
Have you been putting off electrical repairs or upgrades in your home due to today’s economic uncertainties? IBEW Local 48 knows that money is tight for many working people in Southwest Washington, and they’re here to help with a $200 discount on qualified electrical services.
To take advantage of this $200 discount, visit https://www.qualifiedelectricianspdx.
This is not sponsored by a Central Labor Council affiliate, but one of our delegates brought this to our attention and we wanted to share it with you.
Virtual Town Hall: Resiliency and Mental Health During a Pandemic
Wednesday, July 15th
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Register here: https://rb.
We are members of various unions in Southwest Washington. We are parents, we are workers, and we are citizens in our communities. The Southwest Washington Central Labor Council firmly stands together in unity with and for our black brothers, sisters, and siblings of the labor movement, and for ALL black lives in our communities and around the world.