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SEIU Local 99’s 10th Annual Family Picnic is July 21 – Registration Closed

2018-07-25T15:12:03+00:00July 3rd, 2018|Uncategorized|

SEIU Local 99 has planned a fun-filled day with food, activities for all ages, a live DJ, and contests. Come and join your friends, brothers, and sisters of Local 99 for a great time! Deadline to register is Friday, July 6.

Summer Unemployment

2018-01-03T19:55:04+00:00January 3rd, 2018|Uncategorized|

Every year, as the school year comes to a close, over 284,000 education workers across California face a roughly two month period of summer unemployment. Education workers comprise dozens of different occupational titles and job descriptions that help our schools function, including paraprofessional teaching assistants, nurses’ aides, office secretaries, clerical staff, custodians, bus drivers, and cafeteria workers. Most are low-wage workers who struggle to support their families on incomes that are often not sufficient to pay for food, housing and health care. Frequently, one or more of these basic needs is not adequately met.

Child Care Providers

2018-01-03T19:43:39+00:00January 3rd, 2018|Uncategorized|

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LAUSD Contract Campaign

2018-01-03T19:20:22+00:00January 3rd, 2018|Uncategorized|

We are the backbone of quality education at Los Angeles Unified School District. We are 30,000 cafeteria workers, custodians, bus drivers, teacher assistants, special education assistants, school supervision aides and others who ensure LAUSD students learn in clean, safe and supportive learning environments. While the District has begun to restore programs and services lost during the recession, we know there is still much we need to get done. As front-line school workers, parents and members of the predominantly black and Latino communities we serve, we are committed to bargaining for a contract that will lift up the quality of education in all our schools and help our communities thrive.