Davis Vision Supplemental Vision Care Benefit
We are pleased to announce that you and your dependents are eligible to enroll in a voluntary program sponsored by AFSCME Local 4041. Davis Vision, one of the nation's leading vision care companies, will be administering the plan.
Being an AFSCME member doesn’t only get you an advantage at the bargaining table – it also gets you access to discounts and benefits that can help make life a little easier.
Union Plus offers unique benefits and savings to you and your union family, including discounts on AT&T, travel, entertainment, hardship help grants and scholarships.
Union Plus is a non-profit created by the AFL-CIO more than 30 years ago. When you are using our Union Plus Benefits, you’re supporting the labor movement – ensuring that you and your fellow union members remain union strong for generations to come!
Learn more here.
Every member is automatically covered by a $4,000 Accidental Death and Dismemberment Benefit through American Income Life Insurance.
Several scholarship programs are available for AFSCME members and their children. Click on an individual scholarship from the list below to download an application and for information on requirements and deadlines.
Education & Training
Our union is only as strong as our activist core. That’s why AFSCME is dedicated to providing high quality training for AFSCME members and leaders.
Learn more here.
The 43rd International Convention of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO, will take place in Boston from July 16 – 20, 2018.
More information will be available soon. Check here for updates and documents.
Fighting for Candidates Who Will Fight for Us
Across the country, Americans are facing an out-of-balance economy that favors the wealthy while wages remain stagnant for everyone else. Working families are struggling to get ahead and public services are under attack. AFSCME PEOPLE, our union’s political action fund, provides us with an opportunity to stand together to protect the benefits and rights we’ve won in our workplaces and our communities.