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June 27, 2016
click here to view official notification for Dependent TAP Application will be available by June 30, 2016

Application Process
Applications for reimbursement can be accessed through Dashboard Anywhere under Tuition Assistance Plan (lower left side of page) or NTC under the Training tab.

Enrollment Period
The enrollment period to submit an application is June 30, 2016 through July 31, 2016.
Signed applications and supporting documents must be received by TAP Office no later than August 10, 2016.
Late submissions will not be accepted.

Document Submissions:
All documents must be mailed to:
UAW-Chrysler TAP Office
2500 East Nine Mile Road
Warren, MI 48091
Please use caution when submitting documents to the National TAP office to ensure the application is signed and all copies are legible. Documents will not be returned. Missing or illegible documents may cause a delay in processing or the denial of your application. (Faxed or emailed documents will not be accepted.)


TAP for employees needs to completed 21 DAYS PRIOR to class starting. this is a voucher program not Reimbursement.
If you are taking classes and completing your own voucher online please make sure you complete it correctly. Check online often on the status and don't wait till right before classes to see there is an issue. Vouchers will not be issued if you have not sent in the hard copy of your grades. Your TAP representative can assist you emailing the hard copy if you bring it in.

Please feel free to contact our TAP representative for any questions and concerns.

click here for STEP by STEP Instructions

Marci Leahey - TAP Representative 419.661.3532

  Congressman Mike Pence on Fox News talking about Auto Loans, promoting "concessions" and "turn over to courts" where retiree health care and pensions would be jeopardized. 

UAW 101

Looking for people who are interested in learning about the UAW

This class provides an overview of general labor and UAW history, how unions built the American middle class, the backlash against unions, and the economic and political disparity that has grown over the past few decades resulting in the social and economic conditions workers face today. Includes discussion on how to turn disadvantage into opportunity, recent labor wins that were the result of long-term union member action and coalition-building, and how members can help their Local Union leadership build power. (

if interested please contact Molly Henry 419-661-3577

Frank Bills

Frank Bills
Benefit Representative

Effective July 1, 2016, Benefit Connect will replace Benefit Express.

FCA partner with a third-party supplier to provide pension and benefit administration services to its employees. Since 1998 this has been offered through Aon Hewitt’s Benefit Express.
FCA looked at other vendors and their offerings to enhance the employee experience and keep pace with the latest technology features. more..

Click here for more information on Benefit Connect


2015/2016 Richard T. Gosser Scholarship Winners to be honored

Twelve outstanding high school seniors from Region 2-B UAW families have been awarded a $10,000.00 college scholarship by the Richard T. Gosser Scholarship Awards Program. The scholarships will be presented Wednesday, May 18, 2016 by Ken Lortz, President of the Scholarship Awards Program at a luncheon to be held at the Region 2-B, UAW Building located in Maumee, Ohio.

Two of our very own members children have received the scholoarship this year.

Hannah Kay Kelly, a senior at Lake High School, Millbury, OH, who ranked 1 out of a class of 134 students. Her father, Michael Kelly, is a member of UAW Local 1435 and works at Toledo Machining, Perrysburg, OH. Her mother, Melissa Kelly, is a member of UAW Local 2213 and works at Mercy St. Vincent.

Gautam Sanjay Pathak, a senior at Perrysburg High School, Perrysburg, OH, who is not ranked. His father, Sanjay Pathak, is a member of UAW Local 1435 and works at Toledo Machining, Perrysburg, OH.

Congratulations to all!

click here for information on the Richard T. Gosser Scholarship

13th Annual Richard T. Gosser Scholarship Invitational Golf Classic

The 13th annual Richard T. Gosser Invitational Golf Classic will tee off with a shotgun start this year at 9:00 am on Sunday, July 31, 2016 at beautiful Thunderbird Hills Golf Course in Huron, Ohio. Local 1435 will sponsor TWO teams this year. NAmes will be drawn at the plant. Please submit your name to KARL SILL if you are interested in playing.

If you are interested in getting involved with your union and would like to attend one of these function please see Karl Sill

The 2016 Region 2-B, UAW Leadership Institute will be held at the Walter and May Reuther UAW Family Education Center in Onaway, Michigan. The Leadership Institute will be held on two separate weeks, please indicate your preference on the registration form.

Sunday, July 24 – Friday, July 29
Sunday, September 18 – Friday, September 23

The 2016 International UAW Women’s Conference will be held at the Walter and May Reuther UAW Family Education Center, August 7 through 12, 2016. Attendance is limited to delegates. Read more >>>

Check out the prize list for the Region 2-B V-CAP drive.  The drawing for the 2016 prizes will take place in the first quarter of 2017.  Read more >>>


The Community Action Program of the UAW (CAP) is the union's non-partisan political arm. It is a department of the International Union.

It isn't a political party and it isn't tied to a political party. It endorses candidates, on the basis of their records and their stand upon issues that affect working Americans. Over the years, CAP Councils have endorsed Democrats, Republicans and Independents.

Local and regional political endorsements are made by the UAW's 160 CAP Councils or by other union bodies acting upon CAP Council recommendations. CAP Councils are made up of rank and file union members and retirees.

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From trade policy to health care, education to retirement security, taxes to roads and highways, politics affects our daily lives.

That's why it's essential for working families to make our voices heard in local, state and national politics. And one of the most effective ways to do that is by contributing to our union's voluntary political action committee -- UAW V-CAP

Our contributions to UAW V-CAP are used to support the campaigns of pro-working family candidates who have earned the endorsement of the UAW Community Action Program (UAW CAP).

Why Should I Support Labor-Endorsed Candidates?
For what political offices does the local endorse candidates?

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Please be involved CAP meetings are held
3rd Monday EVERY Month
Local 12
2300 Ashland Ave

To apply follow these steps:

Log into Dashboardanywhere
click on Development

Scroll down on left panel to Tuition Assistance Program

Click on link to
TAP online system and log in

Same log in as Dashboard
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