Now Accepting Nominations for the BArgaining committee!
Since being elected in February, our Bargaining Committee has presented the administration with close to thirty proposals to raise stipends and hourly wages, to address sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace, to improve access to child care, and much more.
As we continue to bargain with Georgetown, we need a Bargaining Committee that can speak to the wide range of disciplines, demographic groups, and experiences of graduate employees. In particular, we need graduate employees in the STEM fields, international graduate employees, and Masters graduate employees to join the Bargaining Committee.
Nominate your colleagues by October 13.
Nominations will be open until 5 PM on Sunday, October 13, 2019. The Election Committee contacts all nominees to verify whether they accept their nomination.
DETAILS about nomination process
Graduate workers who (1) are working as an RA, a TA, or an instructor of record this semester or may work in one of those roles in future semesters and (2) have signed a GAGE membership card are eligible to nominate and be nominated for election to the Bargaining Committee. Self-nominations are accepted.
The nomination and election process will be overseen by the Election Committee, which consists of 3 volunteers from the Organizing Committee: Ray Kim (PhD candidate, Theology and Religious Studies); Kathryn Sanchez (PhD candidate, Biology); and Cory Young (PhD candidate, History).
Nominees will be contacted by the Election Committee for an opportunity to learn more about Bargaining Committee responsibilities and accept the nomination.
GAGE members will vote electronically for the new members of the Bargaining Committee. See election details here.