The Utah State AFL-CIO and the College of Eastern Utah are hosting the 34th annual Rocky Mountain Labor School through Friday, June 29, at the Price campus.
Union members and leaders from Arizona, Idaho, Colorado, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Wyoming, Connecticut and Utah are participating in classes on labor history, organizing, national legislative issues, collective bargaining, politics and labor law.This is the seventh time Utah has hosted the school. The first school was conducted in 1957 at Brighton.
"We are especially proud to have selected the College of Eastern Utah and Price because of their strong labor influence, tradition and high standards of academic excellence. This school presents a great opportunity for western state union members and officers to become acquainted with Utah and enjoy a unique education opportunity," said Ed Mayne, Utah State AFL-CIO president.