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Community Classes

Community classes come to you throughout Wisconsin in partnership with other state agencies and community groups to reflect the unique needs of the area. These programs are open to all students who wish to study the course topics and expand their knowledge about the world of work.

Upcoming Community Classes

  • Labor history through film | Dec 1

    Labor history through film

    Dec 1 | 9:00am – 4:00pm | WFNHP Hall (9620 N Greenfield Ave., West Allis, WI 53214)

    Films we will screen:

    • The Bayview Massacre Fist Full of Lightening
    • Mother Jones, America’s Most Dangerous Woman
    • With Babies and Banners
    • At the River I Stand
    • Requiem for the American Dream
    • Global Village of Global Pillage

    With discussions between films led by David Nack, Professor, UW School for Workers.

    Registration:

    Online registration through School for Workers or by calling 608-262-2112.

    Fee:

    $35 per person, pizza included | Payment made through School for Workers

    Community class flyer:

    Labor History Through Film West Allis Flyer

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  • Registration

    While registration for most of the community classes are through School for Workers, some union or organization-sponsored classes have other processes. Registration is indicated within each community class description.

  • Payment

    While payment for most of the community classes are directly to School for Workers, some union or organization-sponsored classes have other processes. Payment method is indicated within each community class description.

  • Accessibility

    UW-Madison provides equal opportunities in programming. To ensure equal access, please make requests at registration or by contacting the School for Workers office at 608-262-2112 or schoolforworkers@dcs.wisc.edu. Requests are confidential.

  • Cancellation

    For a full refund, cancellation notification must be 14 days or more prior to the program start date. If notification is less than 14 days prior, a partial or no refund will be given. School for Workers reserves the right to cancel programs when enrollment criteria are not met or when conditions beyond our control intervene. If School for Workers cancels a class, class fees are refunded in full, but additional costs incurred are the responsibility of the registrants.