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AFSCME Member Finds His Commuter Cool

Looking for a new ride? Check out the Union Plus Auto Buying Service.

Union Plus |

AFSCME Free College Benefit Elevates Careers

Meet Robin Cartwright, an AFSCME member in Pennsylvania. She earned a promotion by taking advantage of AFSCME Free College. You could, too.

William Kauffman, AFSCME Council 13 |

Cut College Costs. Apply for These Scholarships.

For AFSCME members and their families, there are several scholarship opportunities that can make paying for a college degree easier.

Pete Levine |

Road Tripping to Graduation

To celebrate his AFSCME Free College graduation, John Caudell journeyed from Hawaii to Ohio, where his graduation ceremony was held.

Pete Levine |

10 Students Win AFSCME Family Scholarships This Year

10 students whose parents or grandparents are AFSCME members have won this year’s AFSCME Family Scholarships.

Melissa Weinstein |

Pop Quiz on the AFSCME Free College Benefit

Local 52/ASEA member Dawn Duval recently shared her thoughts about AFSCME’s Free College Benefit and why she chose to pursue the program.

AFSCME Staff |

First Class: First Wave of AFSCME Free College Benefit Students to Graduate

Among the first AFSCME Free College Benefit graduates are Ivy Caselli and Leslie Butler, who credit their union with making their college dreams come true.

Pete Levine |

Tuition-Free College? Move to Tennessee or, Better Yet, Join AFSCME

AFSCME offers its members the chance to pursue a free community college education – and, now, so does the state of Tennessee.

Pablo Ros |

Union Plus, McEntee Scholarship Winners Announced for 2017

Here are the AFSCME winners of the Union Plus Scholarship and Gerald W. McEntee award for 2017.

Clyde Weiss |

Father’s Day Fun, Sponsored by AFSCME and the Labor Movement

This Father’s Day, make sure your dad feels appreciated by using AFSCME benefits to treat him to something he deserves.

Pete Levine |

Continuing Studies: Making the Most Out of AFSCME’s Free College Benefit

AFSCME’s Free College Benefit means that learning never stops – no matter your age, job or the last time you set foot in a classroom.

Pete Levine |

Successful Organizing and AFSCME’s Free College Benefit: A Winning Combination

In Cincinnati, people are joining AFSCME after having in-depth conversations with local leaders and learning about AFSCME’s Free College Benefit.

Pete Levine |

AFSCME Makes Celebrating Mother’s Day Easy

Great savings and exclusive deals for AFSCME members makes Mother’s Day a snap.

Pete Levine |

AFSCME Family Scholarships Awarded for 2017

Introducing the winners of this year’s AFSCME Family Scholarship.

Clyde Weiss |

Friday the 13th Redefined for Union Plus American Dream Sweepstakes Winner

Frank Valone’s $30,000 grand prize marked the end of the American Dream Sweepstakes sponsored by the Union Plus Credit Card Program.

Union Plus |

Don’t Be Left Behind – Get a College Degree with AFSCME’s Help

“The dominance of college graduates in the economy is, if anything, accelerating,” reports the Associated Press. Let AFSCME help you get a college degree – with no out-of-pocket costs.

Clyde Weiss |

This Is Why You Need a Union

Three reasons why working people need unions.

Raju Chebium |

Union Plus Scholarship Deadline: January 31

Hurry – the deadline to apply for a Union Plus Scholarship, open to AFSCME members and their families, is Jan. 31, at noon (ET). The same deadline applies for the Gerald W. McEntee Scholarship.

Clyde Weiss |

Here’s How to Cut College Costs

A proposal to make college free for many New Yorkers is making news, but AFSCME was there first. Members can earn a two-year degree for free. Check out our blog to find out more.

Raju Chebium |

Seymour Police Union Launches Aggressive Plan to Protect Kids: Child ID Program

An AFSCME local in Connecticut is making it easier for police to find missing kids. The Seymour Police Union is providing a valuable public service by distributing 3,000 Child ID Kits to families.

Kevin Zapf Hanes and Larry Dorman |
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