Wednesday, August 13, 2014

[SDCPJ] Sign Up for Labor Studies Courses at City College!

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Dear ICWJ Friends,
 
As an ICWJ Board member and the coordinator of the Labor Studies Program at City College, I'm thrilled to announce that there are still openings in our Labor Studies courses for this fall semester.  Please find below the detailed information and a link to the flyer for the spring Labor Studies classes at City College.  This is a great opportunity for our Labor and Community folks to hone their labor and organizing skills and/or to be introduced to what we do in Labor.  Classes start on August 18th, but folks can enroll during the first two weeks of the semester.  Jim Miller from the American Federation of Teachers 1931 will teach American Labor Movements on Tuesday evenings and Rafal Dobrowolski from the San Diego Education Association will be teaching Labor Law on Thursday evenings.
 
Please let me know if you have any questions!
 
Best,
 
Dr. Kelly Mayhew
ICWJ Board Member
Professor of English
Labor Studies Program Coordinator
AFT 1931 Vice President
San Diego City College
kellysm99@earthlink.net
(619) 388-3136
 

Check out the Labor Studies Program at City College this Fall!
CLICK HERE FOR FLYER!
 
 

Labor Studies 100: American Labor Movements
Tuesday evenings 6:55-10:00 in AH 421 (CRN 00222)
Instructor: Jim Miller
AFT 1931 Political Action/Community Outreach VP
 
Want to find out about the history of the U.S. Labor Movement? From the Revolutionary War and the Sit-Down Strikes to the Civil Rights Movement and the United Farm Workers to the presentŠLearn About the Folks Who Brought You the Weekend!
 

 
 
 Labor Studies 102: Labor Law
Thursday evenings 6:55-10:00 in AH 419 (CRN 87783)
Instructor: Rafal Dobrowolski
SDEA
 
Interested in the laws that govern the workplace? This course is a practical study of labor law and is designed for labor studies majors, union members, interns, and all members of the community interested in workers' rights on the job.
 
 
 
Fall classes begin August 18 2014. To register, go to: http://studentweb.sdccd.edu/ or call (619) 388-3400.
Contact: Kelly Mayhew, Labor Studies Coordinator, at kellysm99@earthlink.net for more information
 
 
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