UAW Local 578

Veterans Committee

Veterans Committee Purpose

Provides needed information to veterans and their families, and monitors all legislation dealing with veterans.

Chairperson:  Terry Miller

Women's and Veterans Committee Scholarship

The Womens and Veterans Committees will be giving away two scholarships this year.  Applications are now available for the 2017-2018 school year.  Recipients must be enrolled in a program by the fall semester of 2017.  Proof of enrollment must be provided before the scholarship will be issued, or the scholarship will be awarded to the next alternate enrolled in a program. 

Applications must be postmarked by June 9, 2017 to be eliglble. 

Please access the application by clicking the link below.  Or contact a member of one of the committees to obtain an application.  The applications are also available at the union hall.

AFL-CIO Union Veterans Council

The Union Veterans Council brings together union leaders and union members who are veterans to speak out on veterans' issues and influence public policy to improve the quality of life for U.S. veterans and their famlies.  Here's a link to their site:

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs


Confidential chat at

1-800-273-8255 Press "1"  OR Text 838255


The Vet Center offers counseling, community education and outreach, couseling and referral for alcohol and other drug addition, job counselng and referral and benefits counseling and referral.

All counseling is free.

Wisconsin Locations:

Madison (608) 264-5342

Milwaukee (414) 434-1311

La Crosse (608) 782-4403

Green Bay (920) 435-5650

Wausau (715) 842-1724

Click on the underlined title above for an article from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.

Flag Etiquette

Here is important information about the American flag and proper flag etiquette.

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