Next Wave is AFSCME members 35 and younger who are stepping up to be the next generation of leaders in our union.
We work on issues from student debt to politics to workplace safety.
- Mar 24 VMO Strengthens New California Local A California member describes why she decided to become a volunteer member organizer. (Blog)
- Feb 10 Jessica Ellul of CT Recognized for Organizing Work For her efforts to build a union for 900 employees of two Connecticut hospitals, Jessica... (Blog)
- Jun 19 Next Wave Assembly Applies Street Heat Young AFSCME members gathered in St. Louis for the 3rd annual Next Wave Assembly, getting... (Blog)
- Mar 12 AFSCME’s Next Wavers Sign up New Members for Missouri Home Care Union Their recent efforts are part of AFSCME's “50,000 Stronger” campaign. (Blog)
- Oct 16 Young Workers Advocate for a Fair Living Wage In Washington State AFSCME Next Wavers inspired to act after Next Wave conference (Blog)
- Jul 23 AFSCME TV Showcases Next Wavers Taking it to the Streets in Detroit Conference goers stage demonstration against governor's anti-worker agenda (Blog)
- Jul 13 Next Wave Takes Over EM Office in Detroit Hundreds of AFSCME activists flood the office of Detroit’s Emergency Manager, clad in nerd gear.... (Blog)
- May 23 Register Now for the Cutting-Edge Next Wave Conference Registration is now open for the 2013 Next Wave Conference from July 12 - 14... (Blog)
- Feb 01 AFSCME's New and Young Members United in Demanding Jobs, Not Cuts Join a National Day of Action event to help end the budget showdown in Capitol... (Blog)
- Jan 25 Millennials Want to Protect Social Security and Medicare Tele-town hall will help young AFSCME members in the fight to protect vital programs. (Blog)
- Jul 26 AFSCME Members, Family Members Awarded Union Plus Scholarships Union Plus provides $150,000 to help students from union families achieve their dreams. (Blog)
- Jul 25 AFSCME Members in PA Make a Difference with Donation to USO Over $5,000 raised during the Council 13 convention for the USO’s United Through Reading program.... (Blog)
Hundreds of activists joined in St. Louis to exchange ideas and strategies for building a stronger union.