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Fall 2020 Memorial Scholarship Fund

IBEW Local 193 is now accepting applications for the Fall 2020 Scholarship Fund.  The deadline is Friday Oct 16th.  The winners will be drawn at the regular meeting on October 20.  If you are unable to print off the document you may call the Hall and we will mail you one or you can stop […]

Office Re-opening

Union Members Helping Union Members

956545-102019Union Members Helping Union Members (1)

6th District Office COVID-19 Update

Please see below from the 6th District Office.  Some of these may be repetitive.

 

1 – JOINT NDERA QA

2 – QA NEDRA COVER and QA 3.30.2020

FFCRA and CARES

Final COVID Agreement between IBEW and NECA – March 16 2020 LRS signed (002)

IBEW Summary of COVID-19 Legislation

IP Local Union Elections

T-Shirts & Hooded Sweathshirts for sale

New design T-shirts and Hooded Sweatshirts have came in.  Currently the only color we have is orange but more colors will be coming, and also women’s shirts.

Short sleeve no pocket $15.00

Short sleeve with pocket $17.00

Long sleeve no pocket $20.00

Long sleeve with pocket $20.00

Hooded Sweatshirts $45.00

 

Labor Day 2019

ACTION NEEDED: DOL Comments

IRAP Background

The Department of Labor is accepting feedback from the public regarding a proposal that could impact our apprenticeship programs. I am personally asking that you go to www.saveIBEWapprenticeships.org to provide your feedback to the Department of Labor. For additional details on the proposal and how it could impact IBEW/NECA training programs, I have attached a […]

Right-To-Work Repealed In MO

Brothers and Sisters, last night 8/7/18 Organized labor was victorious in defeating Right-to-Work legislation in the state of Missouri. This of course was no small feat. By prevailing in this case by a resounding margin it shows that Unions will continue to fight on behalf of their members and their families. This victory will of […]