Applications for 2018 are now being accepted by the James R. Hoffa Memorial Scholarship Fund.
On Saturday, Teamsters Local 630 in Los Angeles held a workshop to assist immigrant members and their families with citizenship applications. More than 50 Teamsters and family members applied for citizenship during the one-day workshop.
March is Women's History Month. In honor of Teamster women's history, we bring you this photograph from 1955. Pictured here is a Teamster picker at Knaust Mushroom Company. Many of the workers at the company were women, and they wore rigging and headgear lamps to help navigate through darkness. The workers at the Catskill, New York, company were members of Local 294.
The Teamsters Military Assistance Program (TMAP) has partnered with FirstGroup America and the U.S. Military to create job opportunities for veterans and their spouses.
Public works and other municipal employees in Newton, Mass, have joined forces with Teamsters Local 25.
The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen (BLET) has reached a Tentative Agreement with the Connecticut Southern Railroad (CSOR) governing rates of pay, benefits and work rules for operating employees.
The Teamsters Union is honoring Women’s History Month, held every year in March. As we look back on our history this month, here is a photograph from 45 years ago. Pictured are zoo nurse attendants and members of Local 481 in San Diego. The members groom goats at the San Diego Zoo Wild Animal Park. Daily tasks like this one were just a small but necessary part of the overall goal of the park to facilitate the reproduction of endangered species. This picture was taken in February 1973.
Bobby Elrod, a 55-year Teamster who has driven for YRC Freight—and Roadway before that—for 45 years, was honored by the company recently for driving 5 million consecutive miles without a single accident.