|CWA Local 9415|
Fifteen partial college scholarships of $3,000 each are being offered for the 2017-2018 school year. Winners, selected in a lottery drawing, also will receive second-year scholarships of the same amount contingent upon satisfactory academic accomplishment. Part-time students, less than 12 credits, will receive half of the scholarship monies.
Eligible for the awards are CWA members and their spouses, children and grandchildren, including those of retired or deceased members.
Final deadline for applications is April 29, 2017.
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The CWA Savings and Retirement Trust is a Taft-Hartley, multi-employer savings plan available to collectively bargained employers as well as to Local officers and employees. Depending upon the bargaining agreement, the plan allows participants to save money on a pre-tax or post-tax basis and invest it among a broad array of mutual funds.
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Are you retirement ready? Nettworth financial advisor Thaddeus Tidd can provide help with the following:
The Pension - Eligibility and your choices at retirement.
The Pension Protection Act (PPA) - Its effects on your pension and the lump sum.
The Savings Plan - Your 401(k), matching sum contributions and your choices at retirement.
Severance Pay - Using severance pay to supplement your retirement.
Critical Information you need to make more informed decisions.
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Operated by the United Way, 211 is an easy-to-remember, toll-free phone number that connects callers with local community services, such as food, shelter, counseling, employment assistance, quality child care and more. During a disaster, 211 provides critical information about evacuation routes, food and shelter, as well as help finding new jobs and permanent housing during long-term recovery. It is confidential and available around the clock in more than 150 languages.
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CWA B-HELP provides assistance in the following areas:
Contact: Stacy Serna
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What is MAP?
MAP is a comprehensive workplace assistance program, dealing with policies and procedures for internal union handling of personal problems, which affect job performance. MAP provides help for members, spouses and children with mental health and substance abuse treatment, and problems relating to alcohol, drugs, stress, depression and relationships.
Any and all information and/or conversations shared with the CWA Local 9415 MAP Coordinator is kept strictly confidential.
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