Join AFT Lone Star College

Union membership is strongly recommended at this time.

The future is uncertain for school employees and the students they serve.

We need to band together as one to safeguard our careers, our profession, and to advocate for ourselves and our students.

 Become a member of AFT Lone Star College!

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  • Our union is a professional organization regularly engaged in the life of the college district. Membership dues support advocacy on workplace issues, training events, and career protection.
  • If you believe faculty should have a voice in educational issues, you should join.
  • If you believe employees should have a voice in the political process, you should join
  • If you believe in the value of employees helping out each other, you should join.
  • If you believe employees should be treated with dignity, fairness, and respect, you should join.
  • Your dues help support these values!

Read the latest edition of the AFT-Lone Star newsletter THE ADVOCATE

Welcome to our April-May 2022 union newsletter The Advocate! 

Much of what you see looks just like before but, like everything else, you are reading it online. 

What will not change is our commitment to providing the Lone Star College Community with important news and quality insight into the life of our Institution.  We will keep you abreast of the work that the AFT is doing (and has been doing all through pandemic) to advocate for Policy and to advocate for People – because the name of our newsletter is what we do!

Read on, dear friends. We are back! Click here to read our lastest edition of The Advocate!

AFT Members: Your Skills Are Needed!

It takes many hands to operate a strong and successful local union. Please look over  our list of tasks and roles that AFT Lone Star needs members to help with.

Click here!

AFT to host Public Service Loan Forgiveness webinar in Spanish

In partnership with the National Education Association, the AFT is hosting a webinar in Spanish on the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness program. For those who want to learn about the relief available under this program—in Spanish—mark your calendars for Tuesday, Sept. 27, at 7 p.m. EDT. PSLF enables public service workers—teachers, firefighters, librarians, etc.—to have the balance of their federal higher education loans forgiven after 10 years. So far, more than 175,000 people have had more than $10 billion in loans forgiven. Register here.

Sharing more pathways to student debt relief

As the landscape of student debt shifts, and more and more opportunities allow borrowers to have their debt relieved, the AFT is using every avenue to ensure that the word is out. In affiliate meetings, telephone town halls, media coverage and social media, the union is spreading the news, and at a student debt clinic at AFT headquarters in Washington, D.C., on Aug. 31, AFT President Randi Weingarten vowed to reach as many people as possible with information that could save them tens—and sometimes hundreds—of thousands of dollars.