Member News

The DC 37 Education Fund is currently accepting applications for the Winter 2020 cycle. Please click here for the eligibility and classes.

President Mike Troman would like to inform all Local 375 members of a very important upcoming exam: Construction Project Manager Intern Exam# 0147. The application period is November 6-26. The multiple choice test is expected to be given on January 21, 2020.

To qualify, a candidate needs a degree in architecture, engineering, construction or technology. A drivers License is mandatory.

Do you have Federal student loans? Register today and join us for our student debt workshop and together we can help get you on a path towards ELIMINATING YOUR STUDENT DEBT. This is a FREE, union members-only event. Space is limited to 40 members per session and online registration is required. Click here for registration

The New York City Charter is the city’s constitution. It controls how the city spends our tax dollars, how decisions are made about changes to our neighborhoods and the power of our elected officials. We now have an important opportunity to help amend the charter by voting on ballot proposals covering a wide variety of issues.

This election, there are five Charter Revision proposals on the ballot. Most are sensible plans to curb undue influence in elections, enhance police accountability and increase government transparency.

One of the world’s premier cancer treatment centers has made it easier for DC 37 members and their families to access its services.

Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK) Cancer Center’s MSK Direct program offers DC 37 members and their families who are covered by the Emblem Health HMO and PPO plans guided access to MSK’s expert cancer treatment.

Contact MSK Direct if you or a family member:

▪ are diagnosed with cancer and want to explore options for treatment at MSK;

▪ receive results from a medical test or exam that signal you may have cancer;

Michael Troman
President

Naze Andreville
Scholarship Committee Chair

Dear Sirs,

I would like to convey my heat felt thanks and gratitude to the Civil Service Technical Guild - Local 375 and all its members. While home visiting my family over the recent holiday weekend, I was informed of the Joseph E. Collins Memorial Scholarship which I was awarded.

Twenty students of Class 2019 were awarded a total of $19,600 for the Joseph E. Collins Memorial Scholarship at Local 375 Delegate meeting on Wednesday, September 11, 2019.

Local 375 President Michael Troman and 1st Vice President Mitchell Feder attended the Scholarship award ceremony.