Your collective agreement sets out your rights and responsibilities at work. If you have any questions or concerns about your treatment, please talk to your steward or a member of the executive.
Our bylaws set out the rules for how we democratically elects our representatives, and how the local is run.
CUPE 1615 members are participants in a group benefits plan. If you have questions about your eligibility or benefits, please talk to your steward or a member of the executive.
CUPE 1615 members are part of the Memorial University Pension Plan. If you have questions about your eligibility or benefits, please talk to your steward or a member of the executive.
The 2018 Scholarship Applications are now available!
CUPE 1615 will award ten $1000 scholarships to students that meet the requirements of the application.
Children and spouses of current, retired, honorary or deceased members of CUPE 1615 are eligible. Scholarships are available to students currently enrolled in a full time program(min. 2 year duration) at any recognized University,College or post secondary institution. Scholarship awards are based on academic achievement only and will be determined based on an average mark from the previous full-time semester and must be a minimum of 65%. Please include an official transcript of marks with your application. If a transcript list only letter grades(eg; A, A+,B etc) then you must include an official notice from the institution explaining the numerical values of the grades(eg; A+=90-100%, A=80-89% etc).
Please note that no person shall be awarded more than one scholarship and that preference will be given to students attending Memorial University, provided they meet all other requirements.
Members of CUPE 1615 are eligible to apply for funding to support their professional development goals and objectives.
The CUPE Professional Development Fund has been in place since April 1, 2009 and has an annual budget of $50,000.