The details and application are now available for the 2020 CUPE1615 Educational Awards!
CUPE has released their schedule of courses that are being offered to members in the coming months. Please remember that you must be living in the city the course is being offered, in able to attend.
Congratulations to the newly elected Executive Committee of 1615. There are some familiar faces returning and, some that are new to the committee. It takes a lot of time and dedication to offer yourself for these positions. All the best to everyone in the next few years.
From left to right:
Bill Gin – 1yr Trustee; Tim Strange – Membership Officer; Shawn Organ – 2nd Vice President; Natalie Webber – Secretary Treasurer; Fred Walsh – 3yr Trustee; Theresa Antle – President; Scott Quilty – Recording Secretary; Christine Gollop – 1st Vice President. Not Pictured: Diane Johnson – 3rd Vice President(Grenfell)
CUPE 1615 will be having it’s Biennial Election of Executive Officers next week.
The executive committee is responsible for the leadership and administration of the local. It is the job of the executive to coordinate these activities, and to ensure that the members have adequate information, advice and funds to deal effectively with workplace problems and concerns. The best run locals are those that successfully advance the interests of their membership within a culture of problem solving. So please come out and vote to ensure we have the best executive committee possible.
The election will be held Tuesday January 14th at 5:30pm in the following locations:
- St. John’s Campus – ER3009A
- Grenfell Campus – AS275
Our website has been updated with our new collective agreement.
We have updated our seniority list in the resource section of our web page. If you notice any errors or discrepancies please contact the local’s office.