Public Transit Organization Seeks Technical Writer

Want to work for a non-profit organization dedicated to improving public transportation across the country? The Transportation Learning Center is seeking a technical writer/editor where you would do just that. You would be responsible for ensuring consistency in style and presentation in the organization’s training courses. This includes topics ranging from transit elevator-escalator usage to […]

Maryland Residents Eligible for $5K Student Debt Tax Credit

Starting this year, NWU members who pay income taxes in Maryland are eligible for a new tax credit if they have student debt. Friends and family members are welcome, too. If you, a friend, or family member in Maryland who’s incurred at least $20,000 in student loan debt, and have at least $5,000 in outstanding […]

Union Plus Accepting 2018 Scholarship Apps

I could say college isn’t cheap, but that’s an understatement. For many of us, it simply isn’t affordable. Whether struggling to scrape up enough money to get started, or contemplating piling on the student loan debt, we could all use help. Here’s a bit of potential relief for union familities. The Union Plus Scholarship Program […]

DC Area Company Seeks Content Writers

Women Building & Investing in Success [WBIS] is seeking content writers to expand its online presence. WBIS needs writers to develope a monthly newsletter and draft blog posts. Posts usually range between 600 and 800 words, and there is a flat-rate pay per project. WBIS has four primary objectives: To accelerate the rate of growth of […]

Submit to District Lines Publication

Write, draw, or photograph D.C.? Now’s your chance to get published! District Lines, an anthology dedicated to capturing life in and around our nation’s capitol, is seeking submissions. The publication accepts poems, essays, short stories, coherent ramblings, scribblings, and comics—as long as the work captures a sense of the people and spaces in the Washington, DC, area. Each […]

Labor Night at the Ball Park

Don’t miss out on your chance to enjoy baseball with fellow NWU members! The 11th Annual Labor Night with the Washington Nationals is Friday, July 28, and the deadline to join us is fast approaching: June 1 is your last day to claim a seat. If you want to take part, send an email to Ann […]

NWU Member to be Library Hall of Famer

The Special Libraries Association will bestow its highest honor on NWU DC member Larry Guthrie for serving more than two decades as a law librarian; the organization will induct Guthrie into its hall of fame June 19 at its annual conference in Phoenix, AZ. “I was thrilled at the news and thought of the numerous inspiring librarians who encouraged me […]

April 13 Luncheon on Storytelling in the Trump Era

NWU member John Feffer will be the keynote speaker during a luncheon from 1 to 2 pm on Thursday, April 13, at the Woman’s National Democratic Club [WNDC] in Washington, DC. He’ll speak about “Telling Tales in the Time of Trump,” and tackle how storytelling is more important than ever in this era of so-called fake news and outlandish Presidential tweets. […]

We’re Taking You Out to the Ball Game

Save the date: Friday, July 28th is the 11th Annual Labor Night with the Washington Nationals baseball team.  If you’re looking for a fun way to bond with fellow writers, a new place to rock your NWU T-shirt, and a great way to help fellow union members in need, then you should join the party. This year’s Nationals game is against the Colorado Rockies. Ticket […]

Six Union Job Available in DC Area

Below are six job openings available in Washington, DC, which will allow you to apply your talents, while helping out a union and showing solidarity with workers across industries: 1. Graphics Design Internship The American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees has a paid internship opportunity in its communications department. The job involves creating branded […]