Welcome to Local 3207's Web site!
CWA, a 501(c)(5) organization is America's largest communications and media union, representing over 700,000 men and women in both private and public sectors, including over a half million workers who are building the Information Highway.
CWA members are employed in telecommunications, broadcasting, cable TV, journalism, publishing, electronics and general manufacturing, as well as airline customer service, government service, health care, education and other fields. In the Augusta, Georgia area, we represent employees from AT&T.
The Union includes some 1,200 chartered local unions across the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. Members live in approximately 10,000 communities, making CWA one of the most geographically diverse unions.
Nominations for Officers will be held directly after the September 1st meeting. We are practicing socal distancing. Masks will be required. Your safety and the safety of others is the priority. Click here for Covad-19 info at the CWA National Website.
We will be sending you important votes via US Mail. If you are unsure we have your correct address, please send your name and full address including zip code to
CALL YOUR SENATORS AND ASK FOR THEIR SUPPORT FOR THE PRO ACT. THE HOUSE HAS PASSED THIS IMPORTANT LEGISLATION AND NOW ITS TIME TO HOLD YOUR SENATOR ACCOUNTABLE FOR RESPONSIBLE LABOR LEGISLATION. SUPPORT YOUR UNION! YOUR JOBS, PAY AND BENEFITS DEPEND ON IT!
Joseph Beirne Scholarship
The Foundation’s Board of Directors has approved the awarding of sixteen (16) partial college scholarships of $4,000 each for two years. Eligible for the scholarships are CWA members, their spouses, children, and grandchildren, including the dependents of retired, laid-off, or deceased members. Applications will be available solely online for submission on the Foundation’s website at http://cwa-union.org/beirne-application.
|The triangle symbolizes the three major programs of the union:
- Community/Political Action
|If the triangle is broken on any side, sooner or later it will be broken on every side. CWA's founding President, Joseph Bierne, called this the "triple threat".