The Labor Education Service is unique among American labor education programs in offering an array of general and customized media services. They include video production, Internet services and the Workday Minnesota website. »
The Labor Education Service is providing an on-going series of opportunities for working women to enhance their leadership skills and network on issues important to them. »
Our labor studies skills courses provide a grounding in "nuts & bolts" areas important to working people -- subjects such as collective bargaining, labor law and labor history. »
Participants study the labor movement - where we have been, where we are and where we are heading - and discuss how to address the challenges facing unions today. »
The Minnesota State Capitol is a handcrafted architectural gem, but the workers and contractors who actually made it have been largely forgotten. »
The Labor Education Service is the only educational program in the state specifically focused on the needs of Minnesota workers and their organizations. For more than 50 years, we’ve provided training for hundreds of unions and thousands of workers.
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