WHAT IS THE LABOR GUILD?
The Labor Guild. an agency of the Archdiocese of Boston (RCAB), is a membership organization of over 1800 individuals, organizations and institutions involved in all aspects of labor-management relations. We promote good order and justice in today’s workplace by inspiring, motivating and helping men and women to act with conscience, know-how and courage in labor-management relations. Welcome!
Since 1945, the Guild has provided over 50,000 students and working practitioners with… MORE
LABORWRITES – THE GUILD BLOG
Want to see what goes on at Guild School? Take a look at some of the highlights throughout the term! Click on a photo to see an enlarged image.read more
“I’ve always liked school, so any classes I can take are really enlightening. Anything that can enhance your brain cells is a plus for you. And I believe that knowledge is power so the more knowledge you have the more power you have.”
– Rebecca Tearte, Senior Contract Administrator, Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA), Deer Island Treatment Plant (DITP), United Steelworkers Local 9360read more
“Last semester prepared me for a lot of experiences I have dealt with in my every day job since. Learning all that I did last semester made the choice to come back for more courses this fall a very easy one. I am currently three classes in, and I have already learned different key methods to effectively represent and advocate for my union laborers.”
– Wendall W. Gardner, Steward & Executive Board Member, (L.I.U.N.A.) Laborer’s Local 609read more
On the muggy, overcast early morning of Friday, September 15th, members, leaders and organizers from multiple Teamster locals rallied in support of their brothers on strike at Independent Piping in Canton MA. They were joined by a broad and impressive...read more
The Labor Guild is delighted to announce our 2017 Awardees. On Friday, September 15th, four outstanding individuals were selected by their peers to be honored for the professional competence, moral integrity, and personal commitment they bring to the furtherance of...read more
IF WE DON’T TAKE ACTION, “WE ARE GOING TO SEE A NEW GENERATION OF WINNERS AND LOSERS.” By Rebecca Linke | August 22, 2017 | MIT Sloan School WHY IT MATTERS The world of work is changing fast — exacerbating income inequality and spurring political upheaval. Without a...read more
First Day of 2017 Fall Term Classes Complete! As waves of students trickled into the RCAB Pastoral Center in Braintree, MA, the Labor Guild headquarters, Mary Gendrolis and Maureen Callaghan were ready for the rush with two registration tables. They processed all...read more
Throughout the month of August and the first week of September, we’ll be learning about one of the key ingredients that makes Guild School special: our faculty! Check out the blog each week for interviews with instructors and inside information about their Fall Term...read more
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Mondays, 9/11/17 – 11/13/17
2017 Fall Term Courses!
Archdiocese Pastoral Center, Braintree
Fall Term is underway. To see what students are learning, check out our School Blog here. If you’d like to audit a course for the remainder of the term, email email@example.com or call 781-340-7887.
51st Annual Cushing-Gavin Awards
IBEW 103, 256 Freeport St., Dorchester
Please join us to honor four exemplary members of the Massachusetts Labor-Management Relations Community. Learn about our awardees, purchase tickets and ads, and find out more here.
12/2/2017 10 am – 4 pm
Grabbing the Torch: A Young Workers’ Conference to Build Leadership and Shape the Future of our Labor Movement, SEIU 1199 Hall, 108 Myrtle St., Quincy, MA. More info here, or visit the Greater Boston Labor Council’s Futures Committee Facebook page to stay updated.