Archive: Nick Wertsch
Nick Wertsch: Lessons from KI Inspire Worker Victory in Harris County, Texas
A year after I departed from the Kalmanovitz Initiative to take up work as a staff attorney with the Worker Defense Project in Houston, I find that my KI experience continues to resonate. Workers Defe
Categories: Just Employment Policy, Our Staff, People
KI Welcomes New Program Manager Juan Belmán
KI is excited to announce that Juan Belmán Guerrero will be joining its staff as its new Program Manager. The position of Program Manager, which was previously held by Nick Wertsch, involves managing
KI Bids Nick Wertsch Adieu
As many of friends of the Kalmanovitz Initiative already know, we said good-bye this week to our longest-serving staff member, Nick Wertsch, holding a send-off in his honor at Georgetown on May 2. Nic
Labor Capital Strategies Internship for Summer 2018 – Applications Open!
Last summer we launched the Labor Capital Strategies internship and it ended up working out well, so we're doing it again! The internship program is jointly run by the Kalmanovitz Initiative and Heart
Category: Labor Capital Strategies
KI Holds Undergraduate Research Conference on Work, Organizing, and Struggle
The conference featured student work confronting the theme “Work, Organize, Struggle: Student Perspectives”. The day included panels addressing the topics of Envisioning Just Economies, States of Existence/States of Resistance, and Latinx Metropolitanisms.
Categories: Events, Labor Studies, People, Student Leaders
Apply to Be a KI Organizing Fellow for Fall 2016!
Applications are live for the 2016 KI Fall Organizing Internship! The KI Organizing Internship provides an opportunity for Georgetown students to observe the impact of community and labor organizing
Category: Organizing Internship
Celebrating Ten Years of Just Employment at Georgetown
On November 5, 2015, Georgetown students, alumni, staff, faculty, and administrators gathered in Riggs Library to reflect and celebrate the way the university realizes its Catholic identity and Jesuit heritage to the men and women who sustain our campus: the Just Employment Policy (JEP).
Categories: Events, In the News, Just Employment Policy, Student Leaders