In this State, there are workers who:
Provide healthcare for the elderly and people with disabilities, but do not have health insurance themselves.
Take care of other people’s children, but can’t afford decent child care for their own.
Protect our safety, suffer unsafe working conditions.
Now more than ever, workers across the State are turning to AFSCME for a strong voice on the job and in their communities.
VMOs play a unique role by engaging in personal conversations as card-carrying, due-paying members of AFSCME. VMOs are good listeners, passionate about injustice, outgoing, dependable, and able to move people to action and strategic thinkers. Most of all, you must believe in the union.
Since 2001, more than 100 AFSCME members have dedicated their time to bringing dignity and justice to workers. From Miami to Tallahassee members have answered the call to action by reaching out and sharing the positive impact that AFSCME has had in their workplace. Join your union brothers and sisters in helping workers earn a living wage, a voice on the job and healthcare for themselves and their families.
Sign Up Today to Become an AFSCME
Volunteer Member Organizer
Volunteer on weekends and evenings to talk with union and non-union workers one on one in their homes about your experience as an AFSCME member.
· Learn organizing skills you can bring back to your own local and worksite.
· Help build your union for a stronger voice in the community and in our country.
It’s time for a change, and the change starts with you. WHEN WE FIGHT-WE WIN!
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