Workday Minnesota is a project of the University of Minnesota Labor Education Service, the only educational program in the state specifically focused on the needs of Minnesota workers and their organizations. View a complete overview on the LES website. In this section, we highlight some of the programs and services we offer and examine current trends and issues in labor education.
The Labor Education Service has developed a series of posters that make up a labor history timeline. Download the posters
Labor Notes, an independent labor publication, is hosting a “Troublemakers School” on Saturday, March 18, at Metropolitan State University in St. Paul. The school will focus on strategies for addressing the challenges facing workers and communities.
The East Side Freedom Library has been selected as the 2017 winner of the John Sessions Memorial Award, for its work to bring recognition to the history and contributions of the labor movement to the development of the United States.
Registration is open for the Minnesota Union Women & Femme's Retreat, part of a series of programs sponsored by the University of Minnesota Labor Education Service to foster greater participation by women and femmes in their workplaces, unions and communities.
The University of Minnesota Labor Education Service will offer an online course, “Introduction to the Labor Movement” from Jan. 30 to March 31. The course provides an overview of the labor movement — its successes and challenges — in a global context.