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Conference Call
ELECTRICAL WORKERS MINORITY CAUCUS  TWENTY SEVENTH NATIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE EWMC: Building A Better World Together January 11 - 15, 2017 Sheraton Park Disneyland Resort Hotel 1855 Harbor Blvd.
Download: 2017 EWMC Conference Call.pdf
Statement from EWMC President Keith Edwards
   Current events have shaken the nation and brought conversations to the forefront with topics of racism, social justice, excessive force by police officers and gun related lethal violence by the police and private citizens. These conversations, this dialogue can be useful and productive.
What is the Electrical Workers Minority Caucus?
Forever Lifting Up – Always Moving Forward The history of the EWMC has its roots in the Civil Rights movement and the struggle for equal rights for minority workers in the IBEW. Minority communities wanted greater opportunities to join the IBEW and minority members in the IBEW saw the need to strengthen and grow IBEW membership. In 1974, African American and Hispanic delegates met during the 30th IBEW International Convention in Kansas City, Missouri, and formed the Electrical Workers Minority Caucus to address the lack of minority representation and other inequalities within the IBEW.
2016 EWMC Annual Leadership Conference-NYC Recap
The 26th Annual Leadership Conference, hosted by IBEW Local 3 and held in New York City, was a great success. The theme "Fighting for Economic, Political, Racial and Social Justice for All" resonated throughout the conference in the plenary sessions and workshops. With over 600 delegates in attendance the EWMC Conference is the fourth largest event on the IBEW calendar. Delegates came from every IVP district.
Download: 26thAnnualLeadershipConferenceRecap.pdf

Congratulations are in order!

December 15, 2016 Announcement from President Keith Edwards: Our own Executive Committee member Eppie Martinez has been appointed by the Executive Board of IBEW LU 111 as Business Manager/Financial Secretary to finish the term of newly appointed International Representative Sean McCarville, outgoing Business Manager/Financial Secretary of Local 111.

Employment Opportunity - City of Seattle

CITY OF SEATTLE Signal ITS Inspection Supervisor (CES,Supv) POSITION DESCRIPTION: The Transportation Operations Division of the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) presents an exceptional opportunity to join a highly successful Electrical Inspection team as Signal ITS Inspection Supervisor (Civil Engineering Specialist, Supervisor). This position is one of three SDOT electrical inspectors responsible for overseeing the construction and inspection of all elements related to the Traffic Management System infrastructure within the City of Seattle Right-of-Way. This position reports to the Signal ITS Inspection Supervisor, located at 4200 Airport Way South in Seattle, WA. SALARY: $44.57 - $49.

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