The Executive Board is composed of union officers and elected representatives.
FCFT members are organizing worksite teams across the county.
Building Representatives and Worksite Organizers are your first point of contact with your union. They're school staff just like you, who help you stay up to date about what's going on in your school and how to get involved. Email email@example.com to learn more about joining or setting up a worksite team.
Member Driven Activism
Get involved to improve conditions in your school and across FCPS.
FCFT Committees and Task Forces are run on a volunteer basis, to make changes in the school system that improve conditions for FCPS staff, families, and students. As a rank and file member of FCFT, you can get involved in union work to improve conditions in your school and across the county. Read more.
how FCFT's Democracy Works
Everyone has a voice
FCFT's members form the highest governing body of the union. The Union holds elections for its major officers and its executive board. In addition, the entire membership can hold votes on important decisions. For example, when we win collective bargaining in this county, the membership will vote on whether to accept or reject a tentative agreement, which becomes our contract if ratified.
In Every School and Workplace
When people think of FCFT, they sometimes think of the officers and staff who work full time serving the membership. The union is strongest, however, when it unifies members in your schools and workplaces to enforce healthy working conditions directly with immediate supervisors and administrators. Union staff are trained to support this work, but it takes solidarity among coworkers to address issues when they crop up and make clear to administrators that our rights cannot be violated if they want the school to run smoothly.