Support the National Labor College

We are very grateful for your interest in supporting the National Labor College and its many programs. The College’s most pressing needs are for Annual Fund contributions and support for the AFL-CIO National Workers Memorial.  We are, of course, most appreciative of gifts to one or more of our special funds and program initiatives. Listed below are some of the giving opportunities to help the NLC succeed. For additional information or questions on how to contribute please do not hesitate to contact the NLC Development Office at 301-628-4861.

The NLC’s Annual Fund  Donate Now  
Annual fund contributions are essential to ensure the NLC continues to provide exceptional education and training opportunities to its growing student body, and maintains its quality facilities and campus.

Support NLC Scholarship Fund  Donate Now
Your gift may be directed to helping students who cannot afford tuition and fees or to support existing scholarship opportunities.

The National Workers Memorial  Donate Now   More Information
In 2008, leaders of the AFL-CIO, International Unions and NLC officials, gathered on the front lawn of the Campus to dedicate the grounds where the New “National Workers Memorial” will be built to honor the memories of union members and leaders who were killed or injured on the job, or in the cause of advancing the rights and benefits of working men and women throughout the labor movement.

Support NLC Institutes  Donate Now  
The National Labor College provides unique opportunities for focused study in specific fields and sponsors a variety of national and international conferences and symposiums through its dedicated Institutes and specially funded initiatives. Support for these programs is essential to insure their continued viability and growth.  The three new Institutes listed below will focus on current issues involving health care, climate change and strategic labor policies and political action.

Underwrite Special Programs  Donate Now  
The continuation of existing programs and the development of new projects is central to the mission of the NLC. Through grants and dedicated funding sources the National Labor College has an ongoing commitment to respond to the changing needs and priorities of the labor movement and the circumstances facing individual union members and officers.

Endow a Faculty Chair  Donate Now   
Your gift would help support and sustain a professorship in any one or more of the five bachelor degree programs: Labor Studies, Labor Education, Labor Safety & Health, Labor History, Political Economy & Labor and Union Leadership & Labor.

Underwrite a Course  Donate Now
Support for a particular course in one or more of the degree programs enables the sponsor to dedicate the course in honor of or in memory of a family member, student, alumnae, union officer or individual with a recognized contribution to the labor movement.

Name a Room, Conference Facility, or Campus Area in Your Honor  Donate Now  
Your donation gives you the opportunity to dedicate a portion of the campus or its facilities in your honor, or to your union, company or association.