The William W. Winpisinger Education and Technology Center (W3) will host Spanish Leadership II from September 10-15. The Spanish Leadership II program mirrors its English counterpart in that it provides the local and district lodges with trained and skilled unionists that can communicate with workers and the community in both languages.
The Spanish programs at W3 are a great way to tap into the fastest growing sector of workers in the nation. With today’s political environment the Spanish Leadership classes are more important than ever before.
We need to educate our members so that they can become more active in their locals and communities throughout the IAM and the labor movement. The Spanish Leadership classes provide the tools necessary for grassroots activists to promote and protect the labor movement, these are the next generation of leaders who will go out and educate the Spanish speaking population within our communities.
The August 11 enrollment deadline is fast approaching. Talk to your membership, lodge leaders, at the local and district and all levels, about the importance of these Spanish classes. Let’s identify participants and encourage them to participate and send these Spanish speaking members to the upcoming Spanish Leadership class at the Winpisinger Center.
There are several other Spanish programs that target the various levels of union leadership education as well. The Spanish classes for 2017 are as follows:
Sep 10-15 SPANISH LEADERSHIP II
Sep 24-29 SPANISH ADVANCED LEADERSHIP
Oct 8-13 SPANISH LEADERSHIP I
Please note that enrollments in any of the Spanish Leadership programs do not count against your Lodge’s regular Leadership school allotments.
Click here to download enrollment forms in either Spanish or English directly from the Winpisinger Center’s website.
If you have any questions about the Spanish Leadership Programs or need any additional information, please contact Edmundo Osorio at (301) 373-8814 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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