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The Staff of Local Union 112 would like to wish all of you and your families a very happy and blessed Easter

EMERGENCY UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION

A Message From International President Hill:  

Sisters and Brothers:

On Monday April 7, the Senate passed legislation to extend emergency unemployment compensation benefits.  A vote by the House is the last hurdle that remains for the extension. For the next two weeks (April 11-25) the House will be in recess. During this time, I am asking that you contact your local’s congressional representatives, regardless of party, and explain how important unemployment compensation is to your members – their constituents - and ask that a vote on H.R. 3979 take place as soon as they get back to Washington. 

You can contact your representative’s DC office by calling (877) 363-6141. You may use this website to look up the representatives in your jurisdiction by zip code.  If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the Political/Legislative Affairs Department at (202) 728-6046.

LEARN THE FACTIS ON EMERGENCY UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION

E L E C T R I C A L    L I C E N S I N G

OREGON IMPLEMENTS PROVISIONAL RECIPROCAL JOURNEYMAN LICENSE WITH WASHINGTON !!

As of February 12th, the State or Oregon has implemented a Provisional Reciprocal Journeyman  License.  This application process will be available through July 1, 2014. You must have completed a recognized Washington Apprenticeship Program in order to be eligible.  This license will be valid for three years from the date of issuance and is not eligible for renewal. This rule does not change the existing options for persons wishing to obtain an electrical license under the current status.

 LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS NEW RULING AND PRINT AN APPLICATION

ORGANIZING BLITZ

WE NEED YOUR HELP !  

Local 191 will be holding an organizing blitz in Wenatchee on April 24th and we need volunteers to help on this important effort.  If you can help, please contact the Local Union office for more details !

STEWARD CLASS
Are you interested in taking a Steward's Class? Register at the hall and once we have enough interest, a class will be scheduled.
S C H O L A R S H I P

IBEW #112

JENS OLSEN SCHOLARSHIPS

Two $500 scholarships are available, one for a graduating high school senior and another for a continuing college student.  This scholarship is for pre-existing members of the     Tri-Cities Community Credit Union or children of IBEW Local Union 112 members.  The deadline is April 30th and the application should include a student essay, an official high school transcript and two letters of recommendation  from high school officials, current or past employers or a pastor.

Mail your essay and supporting documents to:

TRI-CITIES COMMUNITY CREDIT UNION

2626 W. Kennewick Ave., Kennewick, WA  99336

 
 
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