The Labor Education Service (LES) of the Center for Human Resources and Labor Studies, Carlson School of Management is the primary educational outreach component of the Land Grant University of Minnesota serving working men and women of the state and region in the areas of labor relations and labor studies. Through these efforts, the Labor Education Service fosters economic vitality, ethical relations, and social justice in the workplace, at home and in the community.
These non-credit courses provide a foundation in "nuts & bolts" areas important to working people. Classes are open to all. Sessions are held on the West Bank of the University's Minneapolis campus. Download the 2015-2016 brochure soon. For more info, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 612-624-5020.
The Labor Education Service is presenting the 2015-2016 Minnesota Union Leadership Program beginning in September, 2015. Deadline to apply was June 1, 2015. Through six in-depth sessions scheduled over nine months, participants study the labor movement and discuss how to address the challenges facing unions today. Learn more about MULP and download a brochure here.
The Labor Education Service is unique among American labor education programs in offering an array of general and customized media services. They include video production, Internet services and the Workday Minnesota website.
LES offers customized education to union locals, councils and districts in a broad number of subject areas, all specifically tailored to your union's and members' needs. We are available to bring the education to you or offer training in an on-campus setting. Training is also available in any number of time formats: weekdays/evenings or weekends.