The William Brennan Institute for Labor Studies began in 1980 as the result of the combined efforts of the Nebraska labor movement and the University of Nebraska. Its statewide mission is to foster creative and critical thinking among labor leaders, potential leaders, and interested members by providing relevant information and training in the skills needed in today’s changing economy and workplace.
The Institute offers open enrollment courses for union members and contract courses for specific local unions, state associations, or central labor councils.Conference
"Promoting the General Welfare"
April 4, 2009
University Labor Education Centers, Labor Libraries,
Labor Studies Programs