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RENEW 

  • Implemented to prepare the next generation of IBEW, cultivate 
  • diverse and effective leaders, bridge generational gaps, build bridges
  • between labor and the community, and improve communication
  • between local unions and young workers across IBEW.  

Join the group on Facebook at www.facebook.com/RENEW48


Electrical Workers Minority Caucus' Mission
To promote equal opportunity and employment for minorities at all levels of the IBEW structure;
To foster leadership development and empower minorities to become active participants and leaders in the IBEW;
To assist IBEW minority members who have discrimination complaints;
To promote, support and assist the organizing of minority workers in the IBEW;
To encourage minority workers to be greater activists in community and political affairs; and
To be actively involved in AFL-CIO Constituency Groups, human, civil, and women's rights organizations to advance the cause of minority workers
Join the group on Facebook: www.facebook.com/EWMC48


Cascade Employee Assistance Program
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a FREE and CONFIDENTIAL benefit that can assist you and your eligible family members with any personal problems, large or small, such as:
Financial/legal/consumer concerns
Alcohol or drug abuse
Grieving and loss
Career development services
Marital conflict
Conflict at work
Depression or Anxiety
Stress management
Family relationships
For assistance call 1-800-433-2320 or text 503-980-1777 


  • 211
    211info is a non-profit service that connects people to nonprofit and public services in Oregon and Southwest Washington. 
    80% of health has nothing to do with health care: 
    Trouble paying energy bills 
    Homelessness or rent assistance 
    Unemployed or under-employed 
    Food assistance 
    Childcare
    ... and more 
    211info can be accessed in the following ways: 
    Dial 211 toll-free to speak with a resource specialist 
    Visit 211info.org to search thousands of services
    Text your zip code to 898211 for quick responses 
    Email for guidance and information