Guild School 2nd Night Today! In Full Swing but You Still Have Time to Join Us!
Guild School kicked off last week in great style.
It was great to see so many returning students — and wonderful to welcome so many new faces, including an additional crop of Late Registrants who signed on for Week 2. September is such a hectic month for so many of us, we’re delighted to see folks carving out time to invest in their professional growth at our School of Labor-Management Relations.
The Labor Guild and our School is blessed to have some amazing friends to gratefully acknowledge:
- SEIU 1199’s wonderful facilities worked out beautifully for this Fall’s classes. Our sincere thanks to Veronica Turner, her leadership team (especially Frank Borges), and 1199’s terific members.
- Monday Night Lights! Thanks for putting our Guild School’s name in Digital Lights up and down the Southeast Expressway on your dazzling LED signs!
— IBEW Local #103 and Michael Monahan, Business Manager and his team (including Guild Board Member Chuck Monahan and Roseann Flaherty).
— New England Carpenters and Mark Erlich, Executive Secretary-Treasurer, and his team (including Ellen Webber [who put us on their Media Wall] — and a special shout-out to Dan O’Connell who made our fabulous Guild and School banners).
A very special thanks to:
Father Robert Kennedy, a friend of the Guild and true labor priest, who kindly filled in for our dear Guild Chaplain Father Frank Cloherty, who was on a scheduled annualretreat. Fr. Frank will be with us tonight (September 23rd).
And of course, our stellar Faculty of labor relations professionals and their terrific line-up of Guest Speakers — and above all, our wonderful , dedicated and committed School helpers and facilitators Registrar Mark Smith, Maureen Callaghan., John Cronin, Joe Doyle, Professor John Hudson, Education Chair Paul McCarthy, Mary Gendrolis, Daniela Dana, and Peter Lavens-Moyer.
It’s shaping up to be a Great Fall Term.
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