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4Cs Searches for Additional Organizer

4Cs Searches for Additional Organizer

The 4Cs has begun to advertise for an additional organizer. Please view the the job description here. To apply, send cover letter and resume to info@the4cs.org or Fax 860-296-6219

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SEBAC Vaccine Webinar

SEBAC is offering a webinar to answer YOUR questions about getting vaccinated for COVID-19. The webinar will be held on Tuesday, March 23 at 5:30pm. It will be held online. Please register here,  You can also submit your question through the registration form!

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Recent Memorandums of Agreement

Recent Memorandums of Agreement

Several memorandums have been signed recently that contain good news for the members! Read on to learn about how they may positively benefit you! Guided Pathways Pilot: The purpose of this Agreement is to codify working conditions for bargaining unit members who work in the Advising and/or Student Services departments on the Northwestern, Middlesex and […]

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Constitution Approved

Constitution Approved

Changes to the 4Cs Constitution were overwhelmingly approved by those voting. The final Constitution can be read here.

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NOW is the Time to Become Active!

NOW is the Time to Become Active!

If you had any doubts that Dr. Gates is in lockstep with the BOR, her email should put them to rest. Currently, the BOR is steamrolling an effort to undercut the American Association of University Professors (AAUP),  and to support that, Gates has no problem ignoring facts, stretching the truth, and outright lying. If at […]

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4Cs Searches for Organizer

4Cs Searches for Organizer

Congress of Connecticut Community Colleges Position Description Union (Internal) Organizer Respond by:  Email info@the4cs.org or Fax 860-296-6219 Purpose of Class: The Union Organizer is responsible for representing our full and part-time bargaining unit members at the Community Colleges and the University of Hartford. Participation in organizing, legislative/political and community actions, member empowerment through chapter leader […]

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UPDATE: Pension Re-Amortization Discussions 7/18/19

UPDATE: Pension Re-Amortization Discussions 7/18/19

SEBAC and the Lamont Administration have completed their discussions on pension re-amortization in accordance with the recently passed biennial budget and have reached an agreement. It keeps the parties’ commitment to make no change in pension benefits. The agreement will be submitted to the General Assembly for approval. This is part of our continuing effort […]

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Ad Hoc Committee on Students First

At its May 4, 2019 meeting, the 4Cs Delegate Assembly voted to establish an Ad Hoc Committee on Students First. The Ad Hoc Committee will have regular communication with the 4Cs leadership so the union can be more responsive between meetings. The Committee will begin meeting over the summer. If you are interested in joining, […]

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Show Support for SB 749

The 4Cs has been tracking SB 749, An Act Requiring Legislative Approval for the Merger or Closing of Institutions within the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities, all legislative session. If passed, this bill would require legislative approval for any community college mergers or closings. President Ojakian has advocated against the bill. However, the 4Cs thinks it […]

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Election Results

Election Results of 4Cs Statewide Officer Election The 4Cs Statewide Officer election was held from April 3- 22. The results were tabulated yesterday. Of the 3,550 eligible voters, 963 members voted (27.13%). The winners are starred (*) below. President: 937 votes cast Lois D. Aime: 232 votes (25% of the votes cast) *Maureen Chalmers: 437 votes (47% […]

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