Season 2 Episode 9: Talk to Us!
Whether it’s through the local radio program, Teacher Voice, Labor Matters, or our weekly podcasts on UTL495-StraightTalk, or Five for Friday email blasts, we strive to keep you updated with information that keeps us all union strong.
The United Teachers of Lowell has been working hard to create a variety of formats for keeping our members informed and up-to-date. Amy and Mickie want to let our members know about some of these communications pathways and how to access them. We also want to assure those of you who are experiencing a frustration over our email blasts that we are working on that and hope to have a clear resolution shortly.
Today we talk about the past, the present and some plans for the future on this FAQ episode of StraightTalk: Talk to Us.
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Thanks to you - our UTL495 brothers and sisters - for the support and suggestions as we continue on our podcasting journey. It has been and continues to be an amazing privilege to connect with all of you!
Thank you for tuning in to this Episode of Straight Talk. We hope that if you enjoy what you hear, you’ll consider subscribing to our podcast using Apple Podcasts or Stitcher. As always, we welcome your general comments and feedback. If you have suggestions for future podcast topics or if you are aware of a UTL495 member who might be willing to share experiences or expertise, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.