Working Groups are self-organized groups within UALE that come together around a particular topic or area of interest. Recognition of a Working Group as an official UALE body is based on consistency and support for the mission of UALE. They are open to all UALE members to join, and may also include non-members of UALE.
Working Groups meet in person at the annual UALE conference, and also carry out work in their areas of interest in between conferences. Some also sponsor sessions at the conference.
At present, there are 8 UALE Working Groups:
- Central Labor Councils (CLCs)
- K-14 Education
- Labor Film Documentarians
- Online Education
- Popular Education
- Worker Writers
- Young Workers
Find out more about individual Working Groups and what they do by visiting their pages.