We offer courses in six main areas:
• Protecting Health, Safety and the Environment
• Developing Diverse Leadership
• Bargaining to Win
• Equality at Work
• Organizing and Mobilizing
Details on upcoming courses and how to register are listed based on where you live and work.
The USW offers a number of scholarships for high school students, post-secondary students and Steelworker members.
USW Family and Community Education Fund
The FCEF was created in 1989 with a mandate to provide educational programming aimed at Steelworker families, new and young activists, and our community partners. Contributing locals can apply for FCEF funding to host their own projects.
Family Education Day
USW Family Education Day is a program that provides funding for locals to bring together USW members, their families and allies in the social justice movement for a day of education, culture and networking.
Summer Internships – Steelworker Summer
lworker Summer is a program of PAID Internships are open to young adults, 17-25 years of age, who are children or grandchildren of members or retired members of the United Steelworkers and actively enrolled in school.