Union activity takes place in many different venues – in chapters spread across five boroughs, on a multitude of working committees, at the PSC Delegate Assembly and Executive Council, in coalitions with students, labor and community groups, and at centers of political power in Albany and Washington and at City Hall. Now, it’s also taking place with greater frequency online thanks to the PSC’s website at psc-cuny.org.
Redesigned in 2011, the website aims to be a vibrant, collaborative space where local activists, chapters and union committees have a much higher profile. You can personalize the website by creating a “My PSC” account that allows you to see links to the news and events of interest to you. To do so, go to the bottom left of the home page, look under the red box that says “Join PSC/CUNY Now” and click on the link to sign up.
The site also has dedicated sections for Benefits, Contract/Rights, Campaigns, Calendar of Events and more. Take a look, at psc-cuny.org.
The PSC also has a growing social media presence, with regular updates posted on Facebook and Twitter. As Clarion goes to press, the union has more than 500 Facebook friends and over 600 Twitter followers. To sign up, go to facebook.com/PSC.CUNY and twitter.com/PSC_CUNY.