Local 1036 Committees Drive the Union's Work
Committees are comprised of volunteers from shop stewards training, worksite meetings, and direct contact with the Local. If you are interested in joining a committee, please contact the Local at firstname.lastname@example.org
Civil Rights and Equity
Goal: To raise awareness for civil and human rights issues that affect our members and communities, and to take specific courses of action to advance targeted issues.
Why: As a labor union we understand the importance of advocating for issues affecting our marginalized brothers and sisters and that improvements to these issues helps to lift us all.
How: By working with our brothers and sisters to raise awareness and taking collective action to improve the material well-being of the marginalized among us both in our Union as well as in society at large.
The Community Services Committee identifies charitable and community services causes, projects, and opportunities for the Local and its members to make a positive difference. This Committee will direct the charitable work of the Local and build connections with the communities where our members live and work.
The Education Committee promotes the educational programs and opportunities within Local 1036. The Committee develops training for shop stewards, promoting both internal and external scholarship opportunities for members and their children, and doing educational outreach to the public about the services our members provide.
One of CWA's greatest strengths is political action. The Legislative-Political Action Committee is a member-driven committee that reviews and recommends endorsement of candidates for elected office, helps directs Local 1036's political campaign support, drives Get Out the Vote efforts, and works in every aspect of the Local's political and legislative program.
The Membership Committee works on internal organizing, creating new members in every workplace and enabling our existing members to be more active in the Local and in the workplace. With representatives from a cross-section of the Local, we have a blended committee that reflects membership diversity and brings a variety of experiences to the table.
The NextGen Committee works to develop union leaders for the local by teaching newer employees about how the union is a vehicle for building power. We achieve this by developing content useful to newer employees in their career. The committee meets virtually to develop content as decided by membership polls, and local-wide NextGen Meetings are held quarterly.
The Women's Committee advances women's issues within the Local Union and in the labor movement. Activities include supporting International Women's Day and other programs.