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Are you an AMWU member under thirty? Do you feel your voice is being drowned out by the crowd? Do you want to know what the AMWU can do for you? If you answered YES to any of these questions, we want to hear from YOU!

Here at the AMWU, we value our young members, and we know just how vital our next generation of leaders are.
The Youth Committee will be kicking it into high gear this year with more meetings, more conversation, more engagement and most importantly more YOU.

We want to hear about the issues you’re passionate about both on and off the worksite after all your AMWU membership doesn’t clock off when you knock off.

This youth committee program is here to give our young members and future leaders a platform, a safe place where you can air your concerns, identify your needs so we can find out what really matters to you.

If you’re interested in making real change to both your workplace and community while meeting other young, like-minded union activists, sign up below or contact our youth committee convener Tony Piccolo 9230 5700/0425 796 169.

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