Day Labor Program and Women's Collective Accomplishments
The Day Labor Program
provided day laborers and domestic workers with 1254 dignified living wage jobs this past year that pay $15/hour, with a 3 hour/$50 minimum for men and 3/$60 minimum for women. The Day Labor Program
has offered 12 1-day mini-courses in sheet rocking and construction measurements and a total of 115 students have participated.The Women's Collective
has offered 6 "Cleaning with Safety and Dignity" trainings with a total of 120 participants. The courses were led by a new team of facilitators made up of members who completed a training for trainers last fall. The Women's Collective:
A highlight of the year was the much anticipated release of "Behind Closed Doors: Working Conditions of California Household Workers", a report co-authored by the Collective with Mujeres Unidas y Activas and the DataCenter. The Day Labor Program
is strategically providing technical assistance and support for day labor centers throughout the Bay Area in California. We strengthened leadership, political, and technical capacity of centers and projects in Berkeley, Concord, and Graton.