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    A committed labor, civil rights and community activist, Yvonne Wheeler has spent her life championing the rights of working people. Growing up as the daughter of a longtime union activist in Baton Rouge, Louisiana during the civil rights movement, at an early age she applied the principles of direct action and civil disobedience when because of the 1965 Desegregation Decree she was forced to attend desegregated Baton Rouge High School. The school district refused to provide school buses for Wheeler and her classmates, so she joined a group of African American students who marched on district offices, producing some arrests but compelled officials to provide the buses.

    Wheeler attended Southern University before being married and going to work for South Central Bell (SBC), where she labored from 1978 to 1984. In the early 1990s she stood up to company management when all African American operators were disciplined after a customer complained about rude service by one “black operator.” Wheeler objected to the singling out of workers not because they were rude but because they were “black.” Management backed down after her challenge. 

    She also challenged inept leadership at her local union and became a union steward and elected member of the executive board. Wheeler’s fearlessness in defending aggrieved union members and confronting abusive practices by management convinced her co-workers to elect her local union vice president from 1996 to 1999. She focused on organizing, legislation, and women’s equity.  In 1999 she became the first African American elected as president of the Communications Workers of American Local 9586.

    In 1996, she became president of the Los Angeles Chapter and the President of the California State A. Philip Randolph Institute, an AFL-CIO sponsored group bridging the gap between the African American community and the labor movement through civil rights campaigns, voter registration, and job training. As Wheeler expanded her union, community, and civil rights work, Ophelia McFadden, Brenda Marsh-Mitchell and the late L.A. County labor leader Miguel Contreras became her friend and mentors. She managed a drive among African Americans to defeat former Gov. Pete Wilson’s anti-labor Proposition 226, dramatically increasing voter turnout.  

    Holding dual roles as president of her local union and the A. Philip Randolph Institute Wheeler focused on mentoring African Americans into leadership positions within the labor movement. For five years she organized the A. Philip Randolph-AFL-CIO African American Organizing Institute with emphasis on recruitment, training and job placement of African Americans in union jobs. During the same time her local union won numerous awards for boosting COPE participation, organizing new workers, and embracing political activism. In 2002, she was recruited by the AFL-CIO as a national field representative. Her...

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    3:35pm

    There is good news for AFSCME members looking to pursue higher education. AFSCME Free College has made its bachelor’s degree completion program a permanent benefit.

    That means that AFSCME members and their families can earn a bachelor’s degree for free, making an even wider choice of career options a possibility for more people.

    Central State University (CSU) in Ohio is now offering five degree completion options in partnership with AFSCME: business administration, early childhood education, education intervention specialist, criminal justice and interdisciplinary studies/humanities (for people who have earned previous college credit in a variety of subject areas).

    In order to begin the bachelor’s degree program at CSU, students need to have earned an associate degree or 60 credits with a 2.2 GPA. Almost 1,400 people have taken advantage of this free, flexible opportunity through the bachelor’s degree completion program.

    Just like the free associate degree through AFSCME Free College, the bachelor’s degree program is conducted exclusively online, making it tailor-made for those who work full time.

    For AFSCME members and their families who have not yet earned an associate degree or do not have 60 credits in hand, AFSCME’s Free College through Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) is a great pathway to earn your free bachelor’s degree. You may begin your studies at EGCC then transfer to CSU.

    More than 20,000 people have taken advantage of the associate degree option, pursuing education in areas ranging from social work to accounting to criminal justice and more.

    Students who pursue EGCC’s business management degree program may now earn a specialized certificate in a wide variety of disciplines, like finance, hospitality, cyber security, health care management and more. Certificates are awarded after successful completion of four specialized courses in the subject area. This helps students to demonstrate transferable skills and knowledge of an in-demand area of study to current and future employers.

    Remember: AFSCME Free College is open not only to union members, but retirees and family members of union members, including children, spouses, siblings and others.

    AFSCME Free College is just one of many ways AFSCME members experience the union difference.

  • Your profile picture
    3:35pm

    There is good news for AFSCME members looking to pursue higher education. AFSCME Free College has made its bachelor’s degree completion program a permanent benefit.

    That means that AFSCME members and their families can earn a bachelor’s degree for free, making an even wider choice of career options a possibility for more people.

    Central State University (CSU) in Ohio is now offering five degree completion options in partnership with AFSCME: business administration, early childhood education, education intervention specialist, criminal justice and interdisciplinary studies/humanities (for people who have earned previous college credit in a variety of subject areas).

    In order to begin the bachelor’s degree program at CSU, students need to have earned an associate degree or 60 credits with a 2.2 GPA. Almost 1,400 people have taken advantage of this free, flexible opportunity through the bachelor’s degree completion program.

    Just like the free associate degree through AFSCME Free College, the bachelor’s degree program is conducted exclusively online, making it tailor-made for those who work full time.

    For AFSCME members and their families who have not yet earned an associate degree or do not have 60 credits in hand, AFSCME’s Free College through Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) is a great pathway to earn your free bachelor’s degree. You may begin your studies at EGCC then transfer to CSU.

    More than 20,000 people have taken advantage of the associate degree option, pursuing education in areas ranging from social work to accounting to criminal justice and more.

    Students who pursue EGCC’s business management degree program may now earn a specialized certificate in a wide variety of disciplines, like finance, hospitality, cyber security, health care management and more. Certificates are awarded after successful completion of four specialized courses in the subject area. This helps students to demonstrate transferable skills and knowledge of an in-demand area of study to current and future employers.

    Remember: AFSCME Free College is open not only to union members, but retirees and family members of union members, including children, spouses, siblings and others.

    AFSCME Free College is just one of many ways AFSCME members experience the union difference.

  • Your profile picture
    3:35pm

    There is good news for AFSCME members looking to pursue higher education. AFSCME Free College has made its bachelor’s degree completion program a permanent benefit.

    That means that AFSCME members and their families can earn a bachelor’s degree for free, making an even wider choice of career options a possibility for more people.

    Central State University (CSU) in Ohio is now offering five degree completion options in partnership with AFSCME: business administration, early childhood education, education intervention specialist, criminal justice and interdisciplinary studies/humanities (for people who have earned previous college credit in a variety of subject areas).

    In order to begin the bachelor’s degree program at CSU, students need to have earned an associate degree or 60 credits with a 2.2 GPA. Almost 1,400 people have taken advantage of this free, flexible opportunity through the bachelor’s degree completion program.

    Just like the free associate degree through AFSCME Free College, the bachelor’s degree program is conducted exclusively online, making it tailor-made for those who work full time.

    For AFSCME members and their families who have not yet earned an associate degree or do not have 60 credits in hand, AFSCME’s Free College through Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) is a great pathway to earn your free bachelor’s degree. You may begin your studies at EGCC then transfer to CSU.

    More than 20,000 people have taken advantage of the associate degree option, pursuing education in areas ranging from social work to accounting to criminal justice and more.

    Students who pursue EGCC’s business management degree program may now earn a specialized certificate in a wide variety of disciplines, like finance, hospitality, cyber security, health care management and more. Certificates are awarded after successful completion of four specialized courses in the subject area. This helps students to demonstrate transferable skills and knowledge of an in-demand area of study to current and future employers.

    Remember: AFSCME Free College is open not only to union members, but retirees and family members of union members, including children, spouses, siblings and others.

    AFSCME Free College is just one of many ways AFSCME members experience the union difference.

  • Your profile picture
    3:35pm

    There is good news for AFSCME members looking to pursue higher education. AFSCME Free College has made its bachelor’s degree completion program a permanent benefit.

    That means that AFSCME members and their families can earn a bachelor’s degree for free, making an even wider choice of career options a possibility for more people.

    Central State University (CSU) in Ohio is now offering five degree completion options in partnership with AFSCME: business administration, early childhood education, education intervention specialist, criminal justice and interdisciplinary studies/humanities (for people who have earned previous college credit in a variety of subject areas).

    In order to begin the bachelor’s degree program at CSU, students need to have earned an associate degree or 60 credits with a 2.2 GPA. Almost 1,400 people have taken advantage of this free, flexible opportunity through the bachelor’s degree completion program.

    Just like the free associate degree through AFSCME Free College, the bachelor’s degree program is conducted exclusively online, making it tailor-made for those who work full time.

    For AFSCME members and their families who have not yet earned an associate degree or do not have 60 credits in hand, AFSCME’s Free College through Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) is a great pathway to earn your free bachelor’s degree. You may begin your studies at EGCC then transfer to CSU.

    More than 20,000 people have taken advantage of the associate degree option, pursuing education in areas ranging from social work to accounting to criminal justice and more.

    Students who pursue EGCC’s business management degree program may now earn a specialized certificate in a wide variety of disciplines, like finance, hospitality, cyber security, health care management and more. Certificates are awarded after successful completion of four specialized courses in the subject area. This helps students to demonstrate transferable skills and knowledge of an in-demand area of study to current and future employers.

    Remember: AFSCME Free College is open not only to union members, but retirees and family members of union members, including children, spouses, siblings and others.

    AFSCME Free College is just one of many ways AFSCME members experience the union difference.

  • Your profile picture
    3:35pm

    There is good news for AFSCME members looking to pursue higher education. AFSCME Free College has made its bachelor’s degree completion program a permanent benefit.

    That means that AFSCME members and their families can earn a bachelor’s degree for free, making an even wider choice of career options a possibility for more people.

    Central State University (CSU) in Ohio is now offering five degree completion options in partnership with AFSCME: business administration, early childhood education, education intervention specialist, criminal justice and interdisciplinary studies/humanities (for people who have earned previous college credit in a variety of subject areas).

    In order to begin the bachelor’s degree program at CSU, students need to have earned an associate degree or 60 credits with a 2.2 GPA. Almost 1,400 people have taken advantage of this free, flexible opportunity through the bachelor’s degree completion program.

    Just like the free associate degree through AFSCME Free College, the bachelor’s degree program is conducted exclusively online, making it tailor-made for those who work full time.

    For AFSCME members and their families who have not yet earned an associate degree or do not have 60 credits in hand, AFSCME’s Free College through Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) is a great pathway to earn your free bachelor’s degree. You may begin your studies at EGCC then transfer to CSU.

    More than 20,000 people have taken advantage of the associate degree option, pursuing education in areas ranging from social work to accounting to criminal justice and more.

    Students who pursue EGCC’s business management degree program may now earn a specialized certificate in a wide variety of disciplines, like finance, hospitality, cyber security, health care management and more. Certificates are awarded after successful completion of four specialized courses in the subject area. This helps students to demonstrate transferable skills and knowledge of an in-demand area of study to current and future employers.

    Remember: AFSCME Free College is open not only to union members, but retirees and family members of union members, including children, spouses, siblings and others.

    AFSCME Free College is just one of many ways AFSCME members experience the union difference.

  • Your profile picture
    3:35pm

    There is good news for AFSCME members looking to pursue higher education. AFSCME Free College has made its bachelor’s degree completion program a permanent benefit.

    That means that AFSCME members and their families can earn a bachelor’s degree for free, making an even wider choice of career options a possibility for more people.

    Central State University (CSU) in Ohio is now offering five degree completion options in partnership with AFSCME: business administration, early childhood education, education intervention specialist, criminal justice and interdisciplinary studies/humanities (for people who have earned previous college credit in a variety of subject areas).

    In order to begin the bachelor’s degree program at CSU, students need to have earned an associate degree or 60 credits with a 2.2 GPA. Almost 1,400 people have taken advantage of this free, flexible opportunity through the bachelor’s degree completion program.

    Just like the free associate degree through AFSCME Free College, the bachelor’s degree program is conducted exclusively online, making it tailor-made for those who work full time.

    For AFSCME members and their families who have not yet earned an associate degree or do not have 60 credits in hand, AFSCME’s Free College through Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) is a great pathway to earn your free bachelor’s degree. You may begin your studies at EGCC then transfer to CSU.

    More than 20,000 people have taken advantage of the associate degree option, pursuing education in areas ranging from social work to accounting to criminal justice and more.

    Students who pursue EGCC’s business management degree program may now earn a specialized certificate in a wide variety of disciplines, like finance, hospitality, cyber security, health care management and more. Certificates are awarded after successful completion of four specialized courses in the subject area. This helps students to demonstrate transferable skills and knowledge of an in-demand area of study to current and future employers.

    Remember: AFSCME Free College is open not only to union members, but retirees and family members of union members, including children, spouses, siblings and others.

    AFSCME Free College is just one of many ways AFSCME members experience the union difference.

  • Your profile picture
    3:35pm

    There is good news for AFSCME members looking to pursue higher education. AFSCME Free College has made its bachelor’s degree completion program a permanent benefit.

    That means that AFSCME members and their families can earn a bachelor’s degree for free, making an even wider choice of career options a possibility for more people.

    Central State University (CSU) in Ohio is now offering five degree completion options in partnership with AFSCME: business administration, early childhood education, education intervention specialist, criminal justice and interdisciplinary studies/humanities (for people who have earned previous college credit in a variety of subject areas).

    In order to begin the bachelor’s degree program at CSU, students need to have earned an associate degree or 60 credits with a 2.2 GPA. Almost 1,400 people have taken advantage of this free, flexible opportunity through the bachelor’s degree completion program.

    Just like the free associate degree through AFSCME Free College, the bachelor’s degree program is conducted exclusively online, making it tailor-made for those who work full time.

    For AFSCME members and their families who have not yet earned an associate degree or do not have 60 credits in hand, AFSCME’s Free College through Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) is a great pathway to earn your free bachelor’s degree. You may begin your studies at EGCC then transfer to CSU.

    More than 20,000 people have taken advantage of the associate degree option, pursuing education in areas ranging from social work to accounting to criminal justice and more.

    Students who pursue EGCC’s business management degree program may now earn a specialized certificate in a wide variety of disciplines, like finance, hospitality, cyber security, health care management and more. Certificates are awarded after successful completion of four specialized courses in the subject area. This helps students to demonstrate transferable skills and knowledge of an in-demand area of study to current and future employers.

    Remember: AFSCME Free College is open not only to union members, but retirees and family members of union members, including children, spouses, siblings and others.

    AFSCME Free College is just one of many ways AFSCME members experience the union difference.

  • Your profile picture
    3:35pm

    There is good news for AFSCME members looking to pursue higher education. AFSCME Free College has made its bachelor’s degree completion program a permanent benefit.

    That means that AFSCME members and their families can earn a bachelor’s degree for free, making an even wider choice of career options a possibility for more people.

    Central State University (CSU) in Ohio is now offering five degree completion options in partnership with AFSCME: business administration, early childhood education, education intervention specialist, criminal justice and interdisciplinary studies/humanities (for people who have earned previous college credit in a variety of subject areas).

    In order to begin the bachelor’s degree program at CSU, students need to have earned an associate degree or 60 credits with a 2.2 GPA. Almost 1,400 people have taken advantage of this free, flexible opportunity through the bachelor’s degree completion program.

    Just like the free associate degree through AFSCME Free College, the bachelor’s degree program is conducted exclusively online, making it tailor-made for those who work full time.

    For AFSCME members and their families who have not yet earned an associate degree or do not have 60 credits in hand, AFSCME’s Free College through Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) is a great pathway to earn your free bachelor’s degree. You may begin your studies at EGCC then transfer to CSU.

    More than 20,000 people have taken advantage of the associate degree option, pursuing education in areas ranging from social work to accounting to criminal justice and more.

    Students who pursue EGCC’s business management degree program may now earn a specialized certificate in a wide variety of disciplines, like finance, hospitality, cyber security, health care management and more. Certificates are awarded after successful completion of four specialized courses in the subject area. This helps students to demonstrate transferable skills and knowledge of an in-demand area of study to current and future employers.

    Remember: AFSCME Free College is open not only to union members, but retirees and family members of union members, including children, spouses, siblings and others.

    AFSCME Free College is just one of many ways AFSCME members experience the union difference.

  • Your profile picture
    3:35pm

    There is good news for AFSCME members looking to pursue higher education. AFSCME Free College has made its bachelor’s degree completion program a permanent benefit.

    That means that AFSCME members and their families can earn a bachelor’s degree for free, making an even wider choice of career options a possibility for more people.

    Central State University (CSU) in Ohio is now offering five degree completion options in partnership with AFSCME: business administration, early childhood education, education intervention specialist, criminal justice and interdisciplinary studies/humanities (for people who have earned previous college credit in a variety of subject areas).

    In order to begin the bachelor’s degree program at CSU, students need to have earned an associate degree or 60 credits with a 2.2 GPA. Almost 1,400 people have taken advantage of this free, flexible opportunity through the bachelor’s degree completion program.

    Just like the free associate degree through AFSCME Free College, the bachelor’s degree program is conducted exclusively online, making it tailor-made for those who work full time.

    For AFSCME members and their families who have not yet earned an associate degree or do not have 60 credits in hand, AFSCME’s Free College through Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) is a great pathway to earn your free bachelor’s degree. You may begin your studies at EGCC then transfer to CSU.

    More than 20,000 people have taken advantage of the associate degree option, pursuing education in areas ranging from social work to accounting to criminal justice and more.

    Students who pursue EGCC’s business management degree program may now earn a specialized certificate in a wide variety of disciplines, like finance, hospitality, cyber security, health care management and more. Certificates are awarded after successful completion of four specialized courses in the subject area. This helps students to demonstrate transferable skills and knowledge of an in-demand area of study to current and future employers.

    Remember: AFSCME Free College is open not only to union members, but retirees and family members of union members, including children, spouses, siblings and others.

    AFSCME Free College is just one of many ways AFSCME members experience the union difference.

  • Your profile picture
    3:35pm

    There is good news for AFSCME members looking to pursue higher education. AFSCME Free College has made its bachelor’s degree completion program a permanent benefit.

    That means that AFSCME members and their families can earn a bachelor’s degree for free, making an even wider choice of career options a possibility for more people.

    Central State University (CSU) in Ohio is now offering five degree completion options in partnership with AFSCME: business administration, early childhood education, education intervention specialist, criminal justice and interdisciplinary studies/humanities (for people who have earned previous college credit in a variety of subject areas).

    In order to begin the bachelor’s degree program at CSU, students need to have earned an associate degree or 60 credits with a 2.2 GPA. Almost 1,400 people have taken advantage of this free, flexible opportunity through the bachelor’s degree completion program.

    Just like the free associate degree through AFSCME Free College, the bachelor’s degree program is conducted exclusively online, making it tailor-made for those who work full time.

    For AFSCME members and their families who have not yet earned an associate degree or do not have 60 credits in hand, AFSCME’s Free College through Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) is a great pathway to earn your free bachelor’s degree. You may begin your studies at EGCC then transfer to CSU.

    More than 20,000 people have taken advantage of the associate degree option, pursuing education in areas ranging from social work to accounting to criminal justice and more.

    Students who pursue EGCC’s business management degree program may now earn a specialized certificate in a wide variety of disciplines, like finance, hospitality, cyber security, health care management and more. Certificates are awarded after successful completion of four specialized courses in the subject area. This helps students to demonstrate transferable skills and knowledge of an in-demand area of study to current and future employers.

    Remember: AFSCME Free College is open not only to union members, but retirees and family members of union members, including children, spouses, siblings and others.

    AFSCME Free College is just one of many ways AFSCME members experience the union difference.

  • Your profile picture
    3:35pm

    There is good news for AFSCME members looking to pursue higher education. AFSCME Free College has made its bachelor’s degree completion program a permanent benefit.

    That means that AFSCME members and their families can earn a bachelor’s degree for free, making an even wider choice of career options a possibility for more people.

    Central State University (CSU) in Ohio is now offering five degree completion options in partnership with AFSCME: business administration, early childhood education, education intervention specialist, criminal justice and interdisciplinary studies/humanities (for people who have earned previous college credit in a variety of subject areas).

    In order to begin the bachelor’s degree program at CSU, students need to have earned an associate degree or 60 credits with a 2.2 GPA. Almost 1,400 people have taken advantage of this free, flexible opportunity through the bachelor’s degree completion program.

    Just like the free associate degree through AFSCME Free College, the bachelor’s degree program is conducted exclusively online, making it tailor-made for those who work full time.

    For AFSCME members and their families who have not yet earned an associate degree or do not have 60 credits in hand, AFSCME’s Free College through Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) is a great pathway to earn your free bachelor’s degree. You may begin your studies at EGCC then transfer to CSU.

    More than 20,000 people have taken advantage of the associate degree option, pursuing education in areas ranging from social work to accounting to criminal justice and more.

    Students who pursue EGCC’s business management degree program may now earn a specialized certificate in a wide variety of disciplines, like finance, hospitality, cyber security, health care management and more. Certificates are awarded after successful completion of four specialized courses in the subject area. This helps students to demonstrate transferable skills and knowledge of an in-demand area of study to current and future employers.

    Remember: AFSCME Free College is open not only to union members, but retirees and family members of union members, including children, spouses, siblings and others.

    AFSCME Free College is just one of many ways AFSCME members experience the union difference.

  • Your profile picture
    3:35pm

    There is good news for AFSCME members looking to pursue higher education. AFSCME Free College has made its bachelor’s degree completion program a permanent benefit.

    That means that AFSCME members and their families can earn a bachelor’s degree for free, making an even wider choice of career options a possibility for more people.

    Central State University (CSU) in Ohio is now offering five degree completion options in partnership with AFSCME: business administration, early childhood education, education intervention specialist, criminal justice and interdisciplinary studies/humanities (for people who have earned previous college credit in a variety of subject areas).

    In order to begin the bachelor’s degree program at CSU, students need to have earned an associate degree or 60 credits with a 2.2 GPA. Almost 1,400 people have taken advantage of this free, flexible opportunity through the bachelor’s degree completion program.

    Just like the free associate degree through AFSCME Free College, the bachelor’s degree program is conducted exclusively online, making it tailor-made for those who work full time.

    For AFSCME members and their families who have not yet earned an associate degree or do not have 60 credits in hand, AFSCME’s Free College through Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) is a great pathway to earn your free bachelor’s degree. You may begin your studies at EGCC then transfer to CSU.

    More than 20,000 people have taken advantage of the associate degree option, pursuing education in areas ranging from social work to accounting to criminal justice and more.

    Students who pursue EGCC’s business management degree program may now earn a specialized certificate in a wide variety of disciplines, like finance, hospitality, cyber security, health care management and more. Certificates are awarded after successful completion of four specialized courses in the subject area. This helps students to demonstrate transferable skills and knowledge of an in-demand area of study to current and future employers.

    Remember: AFSCME Free College is open not only to union members, but retirees and family members of union members, including children, spouses, siblings and others.

    AFSCME Free College is just one of many ways AFSCME members experience the union difference.

  • Your profile picture
    3:35pm

    There is good news for AFSCME members looking to pursue higher education. AFSCME Free College has made its bachelor’s degree completion program a permanent benefit.

    That means that AFSCME members and their families can earn a bachelor’s degree for free, making an even wider choice of career options a possibility for more people.

    Central State University (CSU) in Ohio is now offering five degree completion options in partnership with AFSCME: business administration, early childhood education, education intervention specialist, criminal justice and interdisciplinary studies/humanities (for people who have earned previous college credit in a variety of subject areas).

    In order to begin the bachelor’s degree program at CSU, students need to have earned an associate degree or 60 credits with a 2.2 GPA. Almost 1,400 people have taken advantage of this free, flexible opportunity through the bachelor’s degree completion program.

    Just like the free associate degree through AFSCME Free College, the bachelor’s degree program is conducted exclusively online, making it tailor-made for those who work full time.

    For AFSCME members and their families who have not yet earned an associate degree or do not have 60 credits in hand, AFSCME’s Free College through Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) is a great pathway to earn your free bachelor’s degree. You may begin your studies at EGCC then transfer to CSU.

    More than 20,000 people have taken advantage of the associate degree option, pursuing education in areas ranging from social work to accounting to criminal justice and more.

    Students who pursue EGCC’s business management degree program may now earn a specialized certificate in a wide variety of disciplines, like finance, hospitality, cyber security, health care management and more. Certificates are awarded after successful completion of four specialized courses in the subject area. This helps students to demonstrate transferable skills and knowledge of an in-demand area of study to current and future employers.

    Remember: AFSCME Free College is open not only to union members, but retirees and family members of union members, including children, spouses, siblings and others.

    AFSCME Free College is just one of many ways AFSCME members experience the union difference.

  • Your profile picture
    3:35pm

    There is good news for AFSCME members looking to pursue higher education. AFSCME Free College has made its bachelor’s degree completion program a permanent benefit.

    That means that AFSCME members and their families can earn a bachelor’s degree for free, making an even wider choice of career options a possibility for more people.

    Central State University (CSU) in Ohio is now offering five degree completion options in partnership with AFSCME: business administration, early childhood education, education intervention specialist, criminal justice and interdisciplinary studies/humanities (for people who have earned previous college credit in a variety of subject areas).

    In order to begin the bachelor’s degree program at CSU, students need to have earned an associate degree or 60 credits with a 2.2 GPA. Almost 1,400 people have taken advantage of this free, flexible opportunity through the bachelor’s degree completion program.

    Just like the free associate degree through AFSCME Free College, the bachelor’s degree program is conducted exclusively online, making it tailor-made for those who work full time.

    For AFSCME members and their families who have not yet earned an associate degree or do not have 60 credits in hand, AFSCME’s Free College through Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) is a great pathway to earn your free bachelor’s degree. You may begin your studies at EGCC then transfer to CSU.

    More than 20,000 people have taken advantage of the associate degree option, pursuing education in areas ranging from social work to accounting to criminal justice and more.

    Students who pursue EGCC’s business management degree program may now earn a specialized certificate in a wide variety of disciplines, like finance, hospitality, cyber security, health care management and more. Certificates are awarded after successful completion of four specialized courses in the subject area. This helps students to demonstrate transferable skills and knowledge of an in-demand area of study to current and future employers.

    Remember: AFSCME Free College is open not only to union members, but retirees and family members of union members, including children, spouses, siblings and others.

    AFSCME Free College is just one of many ways AFSCME members experience the union difference.

  • Your profile picture
    3:35pm

    There is good news for AFSCME members looking to pursue higher education. AFSCME Free College has made its bachelor’s degree completion program a permanent benefit.

    That means that AFSCME members and their families can earn a bachelor’s degree for free, making an even wider choice of career options a possibility for more people.

    Central State University (CSU) in Ohio is now offering five degree completion options in partnership with AFSCME: business administration, early childhood education, education intervention specialist, criminal justice and interdisciplinary studies/humanities (for people who have earned previous college credit in a variety of subject areas).

    In order to begin the bachelor’s degree program at CSU, students need to have earned an associate degree or 60 credits with a 2.2 GPA. Almost 1,400 people have taken advantage of this free, flexible opportunity through the bachelor’s degree completion program.

    Just like the free associate degree through AFSCME Free College, the bachelor’s degree program is conducted exclusively online, making it tailor-made for those who work full time.

    For AFSCME members and their families who have not yet earned an associate degree or do not have 60 credits in hand, AFSCME’s Free College through Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) is a great pathway to earn your free bachelor’s degree. You may begin your studies at EGCC then transfer to CSU.

    More than 20,000 people have taken advantage of the associate degree option, pursuing education in areas ranging from social work to accounting to criminal justice and more.

    Students who pursue EGCC’s business management degree program may now earn a specialized certificate in a wide variety of disciplines, like finance, hospitality, cyber security, health care management and more. Certificates are awarded after successful completion of four specialized courses in the subject area. This helps students to demonstrate transferable skills and knowledge of an in-demand area of study to current and future employers.

    Remember: AFSCME Free College is open not only to union members, but retirees and family members of union members, including children, spouses, siblings and others.

    AFSCME Free College is just one of many ways AFSCME members experience the union difference.

  • Your profile picture
    3:35pm

    There is good news for AFSCME members looking to pursue higher education. AFSCME Free College has made its bachelor’s degree completion program a permanent benefit.

    That means that AFSCME members and their families can earn a bachelor’s degree for free, making an even wider choice of career options a possibility for more people.

    Central State University (CSU) in Ohio is now offering five degree completion options in partnership with AFSCME: business administration, early childhood education, education intervention specialist, criminal justice and interdisciplinary studies/humanities (for people who have earned previous college credit in a variety of subject areas).

    In order to begin the bachelor’s degree program at CSU, students need to have earned an associate degree or 60 credits with a 2.2 GPA. Almost 1,400 people have taken advantage of this free, flexible opportunity through the bachelor’s degree completion program.

    Just like the free associate degree through AFSCME Free College, the bachelor’s degree program is conducted exclusively online, making it tailor-made for those who work full time.

    For AFSCME members and their families who have not yet earned an associate degree or do not have 60 credits in hand, AFSCME’s Free College through Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) is a great pathway to earn your free bachelor’s degree. You may begin your studies at EGCC then transfer to CSU.

    More than 20,000 people have taken advantage of the associate degree option, pursuing education in areas ranging from social work to accounting to criminal justice and more.

    Students who pursue EGCC’s business management degree program may now earn a specialized certificate in a wide variety of disciplines, like finance, hospitality, cyber security, health care management and more. Certificates are awarded after successful completion of four specialized courses in the subject area. This helps students to demonstrate transferable skills and knowledge of an in-demand area of study to current and future employers.

    Remember: AFSCME Free College is open not only to union members, but retirees and family members of union members, including children, spouses, siblings and others.

    AFSCME Free College is just one of many ways AFSCME members experience the union difference.

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    There is good news for AFSCME members looking to pursue higher education. AFSCME Free College has made its bachelor’s degree completion program a permanent benefit.

    That means that AFSCME members and their families can earn a bachelor’s degree for free, making an even wider choice of career options a possibility for more people.

    Central State University (CSU) in Ohio is now offering five degree completion options in partnership with AFSCME: business administration, early childhood education, education intervention specialist, criminal justice and interdisciplinary studies/humanities (for people who have earned previous college credit in a variety of subject areas).

    In order to begin the bachelor’s degree program at CSU, students need to have earned an associate degree or 60 credits with a 2.2 GPA. Almost 1,400 people have taken advantage of this free, flexible opportunity through the bachelor’s degree completion program.

    Just like the free associate degree through AFSCME Free College, the bachelor’s degree program is conducted exclusively online, making it tailor-made for those who work full time.

    For AFSCME members and their families who have not yet earned an associate degree or do not have 60 credits in hand, AFSCME’s Free College through Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) is a great pathway to earn your free bachelor’s degree. You may begin your studies at EGCC then transfer to CSU.

    More than 20,000 people have taken advantage of the associate degree option, pursuing education in areas ranging from social work to accounting to criminal justice and more.

    Students who pursue EGCC’s business management degree program may now earn a specialized certificate in a wide variety of disciplines, like finance, hospitality, cyber security, health care management and more. Certificates are awarded after successful completion of four specialized courses in the subject area. This helps students to demonstrate transferable skills and knowledge of an in-demand area of study to current and future employers.

    Remember: AFSCME Free College is open not only to union members, but retirees and family members of union members, including children, spouses, siblings and others.

    AFSCME Free College is just one of many ways AFSCME members experience the union difference.

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    3:35pm

    There is good news for AFSCME members looking to pursue higher education. AFSCME Free College has made its bachelor’s degree completion program a permanent benefit.

    That means that AFSCME members and their families can earn a bachelor’s degree for free, making an even wider choice of career options a possibility for more people.

    Central State University (CSU) in Ohio is now offering five degree completion options in partnership with AFSCME: business administration, early childhood education, education intervention specialist, criminal justice and interdisciplinary studies/humanities (for people who have earned previous college credit in a variety of subject areas).

    In order to begin the bachelor’s degree program at CSU, students need to have earned an associate degree or 60 credits with a 2.2 GPA. Almost 1,400 people have taken advantage of this free, flexible opportunity through the bachelor’s degree completion program.

    Just like the free associate degree through AFSCME Free College, the bachelor’s degree program is conducted exclusively online, making it tailor-made for those who work full time.

    For AFSCME members and their families who have not yet earned an associate degree or do not have 60 credits in hand, AFSCME’s Free College through Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) is a great pathway to earn your free bachelor’s degree. You may begin your studies at EGCC then transfer to CSU.

    More than 20,000 people have taken advantage of the associate degree option, pursuing education in areas ranging from social work to accounting to criminal justice and more.

    Students who pursue EGCC’s business management degree program may now earn a specialized certificate in a wide variety of disciplines, like finance, hospitality, cyber security, health care management and more. Certificates are awarded after successful completion of four specialized courses in the subject area. This helps students to demonstrate transferable skills and knowledge of an in-demand area of study to current and future employers.

    Remember: AFSCME Free College is open not only to union members, but retirees and family members of union members, including children, spouses, siblings and others.

    AFSCME Free College is just one of many ways AFSCME members experience the union difference.

  • Your profile picture
    3:35pm

    There is good news for AFSCME members looking to pursue higher education. AFSCME Free College has made its bachelor’s degree completion program a permanent benefit.

    That means that AFSCME members and their families can earn a bachelor’s degree for free, making an even wider choice of career options a possibility for more people.

    Central State University (CSU) in Ohio is now offering five degree completion options in partnership with AFSCME: business administration, early childhood education, education intervention specialist, criminal justice and interdisciplinary studies/humanities (for people who have earned previous college credit in a variety of subject areas).

    In order to begin the bachelor’s degree program at CSU, students need to have earned an associate degree or 60 credits with a 2.2 GPA. Almost 1,400 people have taken advantage of this free, flexible opportunity through the bachelor’s degree completion program.

    Just like the free associate degree through AFSCME Free College, the bachelor’s degree program is conducted exclusively online, making it tailor-made for those who work full time.

    For AFSCME members and their families who have not yet earned an associate degree or do not have 60 credits in hand, AFSCME’s Free College through Eastern Gateway Community College (EGCC) is a great pathway to earn your free bachelor’s degree. You may begin your studies at EGCC then transfer to CSU.

    More than 20,000 people have taken advantage of the associate degree option, pursuing education in areas ranging from social work to accounting to criminal justice and more.

    Students who pursue EGCC’s business management degree program may now earn a specialized certificate in a wide variety of disciplines, like finance, hospitality, cyber security, health care management and more. Certificates are awarded after successful completion of four specialized courses in the subject area. This helps students to demonstrate transferable skills and knowledge of an in-demand area of study to current and future employers.

    Remember: AFSCME Free College is open not only to union members, but retirees and family members of union members, including children, spouses, siblings and others.

    AFSCME Free College is just one of many ways AFSCME members experience the union difference.

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