CWA Local 1103
Horgan Hall
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      Vz Negotiated Benefit Summer Camp

      Verizon Members:  The 2017 Summer Camp reimbursement includes summer day programs as well as overnight camp programs and is made available through the Local and NY/NE Regional Work & Family CommiLees.  The fund will reimburse up to $600.00 per child for summer camp expenses incurred between July 1, 2017 through September 1, 2017 for up to two (2) children per family.
      Download: 2017 Summer Camp Flyer.pdf

      Unity at Nyack Hospital

      If you didn't attend the meeting last week, you missed a lot. You missed the public support building for the Nyack Bargaining Unit as contract expiration is nearing. You missed the presentation of CWA 1103's mobilization plan.  And you missed the announcement of the initial bargaining date of May 17th.  It's our time to receive a fair contract.

      CWA Local 1103 Scholarships

      CWA Local 1103 is proud to announce our 2017 Scholarship Application period is open to eligible children of Members, Retried Members or deceased Members in good standing of Local 1103.  Applications can be found in the downloads section of this website: Downloads or on the attached pdf here.
      Download: CWA Local 1103 application 2017.pdf

      President Sheil Receives Labor Partner Award

      On January 13, 2017, CWA Local 1103 President Kevin Sheil was honored and received the Labor Partner Award from the Don Bosco Board of Directors.  This was due to our Local's efforts to fight against and eliminate wage theft in Port Chester, NY.   Wage theft is a crime.

      MLK Day: Law & Labor

      Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. lead the Civil Rights Movement and understood how law and labor were needed to affect the opportunity of working people to rise above and secure a decent standard of living.  On April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated standing on a balcony at the Lorraine Motelin Memphis, Tennessee.  Dr.

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