The Vermont Workers’ Center is a member-led organization fighting for economic justice and human dignity. We have local organizing committees in five regions with at-large members and supporters across the state.
VWC membership is open to all who agree with our mission and strategic orientation, regardless of union or political affiliation, gender, race, profession, disability, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or nationality. Here's how to become a member:
- Attend a new member orientation.
- Sign up for VWC membership dues (more below).
- Pledge to take action at least five times a year in solidarity with those fighting for economic justice and human dignity.
Vermont Workers' Center member dues are member-determined, based on the principle of equity — meaning that as a member, you choose the dues amount that is right for you or your family. On average, members choose between $15 to $25 a month. The minimum is $1/month or $12/year, although dues waivers are available if $1/month is a barrier. To attend an upcoming orientation or request a dues waiver, email Liz at firstname.lastname@example.org
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