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Who can participate in this effort?

Our Network includes analysts, specialists, executive assistants, administrative officers, patient navigators, program reps, and many more job titles within the Administrative Professional work group who are not already represented in collective bargaining by the Teamsters, UPTE, Nurses Union, AFSCME or another labor organization. Please contact us if you aren’t sure and we can help you get an answer.

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SIGN OUR PETITION!

No More to Give — Stop Cutbacks: Tell UC no lay-offs, no pay cuts, and no furloughs! Do not push the burden of financial hardship onto UC staff!

Let the UC Regents and Chancellors hear your voice!

Inform them of the potential impacts that more cutbacks will cause on your work, life, and family.

Complete our Digital Contact Card

to stay up to date on all that our Network is doing for unrepresented workers at UC

Join a UCAPN Zoom Town Hall Meeting

Contact your organizer for details

Contact your Campus Organizer

to ask questions and learn more about the UCAPN

Talk to your Co-Workers

Check out our Toolkit for tips and best practices on spreading the word about the UCAPN

Join the Organizing Committee

 with your Co-Workers. Occurs every third Thursday of the month.

Give us your picture & quote or a short video

Follow us on social media and invite your Co-Workers!

Give us your thoughts and feedback

on what you would like to see from the UC Administrative Professionals Network!

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INVOLVED!

Who can participate in this effort?

Our Network includes analysts, specialists, executive assistants, administrative officers, patient navigators, program reps, and many more job titles within the Administrative Professional work group who are not already represented in collective bargaining by the Teamsters, UPTE, Nurses Union, AFSCME or another labor organization. Please contact us if you aren’t sure and we can help you get an answer.

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