Women in Construction Company
Excellent non-profit corporation employing, training and advocating for women in the construction industry.
Women in Construction
WinC offers low-income women free training and job placement in the building industry on the Gulf Coast. These non-traditional jobs offer women a path to self-sufficiency and economic security.
Apprenticeship opportunities for women in Oregon
Tradeswomen, Inc. is California's first organization for women in the trades. They build community among the growing numbers of women in blue collar, skilled craft jobs, and have three goals: 1) Recruit more women into building and construction trades, 2) Promote retention of women in the trades, 3) Develop tradeswomen's capacity for leadership and career growth, on the job and in their unions.
Oregon Tradeswomen, Inc., (OTI) is dedicated to promoting success for women in the trades through education, leadership and mentorship. OTI was founded on the principles that women deserve and can attain economic self-sufficiency through pursuing careers in the building, mechanical, electrical, and utility trades while helping and encouraging the trades industry build up a diverse workforce.
Wider Opportunities for Women
Wider Opportunities for Women (WOW) is a partner on Building Futures, a project of the Community Services Agency of the Metropolitan Washington Council, AFL-CIO (CSA). WOW and the CSA have been awarded a three-year contract under the US Department of Labor’s Green Jobs Innovation Fund to provide pre-apprenticeship construction training and job placement services to low-income DC metro area women.
Career InRoads is a program designed to introduce women & minorities to on-the-job training opportunities in highway and bridge construction with New Hampshire Department of Transportation contractors.
Nontraditional Employment for Women
Nontraditional Employment for Women: Hard Hats. Strong Women. Building the Future. Nontraditional Employment for Women (NEW) prepares, trains, and places women in careers in the skilled construction, utility, and maintenance trades, helping women achieve economic independence and a secure future. NEW concentrates primarily in the New York City area.
Women Building Futures
Women Building Futures. WBF is a registered, not-for-profit organization that works to help attract more women into the construction trades and thereby build better lives and achieve economic independence through training, employment and mentorship. Their graduates make excellent trades people, and through them they give companies new competencies and new work resources.
Women Unlimited. This Maine organization has up-to-date information on careers in construction and related fields, and assists employers looking for a twenty-first century workforce. They partner with the Maine Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration to place our JobBank members into On-The-Job Training (OJT) positions.
ODA Women Into Construction
Women Into Construction. The Olympic Delivery Authority’s (ODA's) Women into Construction project aims to use the London 2012 Games to increase the number of women working in construction in the UK. This initiative will continue providing resources and entry assistance far after the Games themselves are done.
Chicago Women In Trades. CWIT provides support, advocacy, and education to tradeswomen; works to increase training for women and girls to enter nontraditional jobs; provides technical assistance to employers, unions, and other tradeswomen groups; documents trends in the nontraditional workplace; and advocates for improved policies and practices that support women's access to nontraditional training and jobs, as well as success and safety on the job.
Hard Hatted Women
Hard Hatted Women - Accelerating women's advancement in high demand careers. Since 1979, Hard Hatted Women (HHW) has engaged industry and community leaders to match women who need lifelong careers with employers who need a qualified, skilled workforce. Our work engages women and girls in critical STEM pathways (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) that strengthen the economic competitiveness of communities and the financial security of families.
Institute for Women in Trades, Technology & Science
The Institute for Women in Trades, Technology & Science (IWITTS). Dedicated to integrating women into nontraditional careers by providing training/technical assistance to the education system and employers. IWITTS helps educators nationwide close the gender gap for women and girls in male-dominated careers, such as technology, the trades and law enforcement.
West Virginia Women Work
West Virginia Women Work strives to help women in West Virginia earn a living wage. WVWW is a statewide nonprofit organization that supports and advocates for the education, employment and economic equity for all women. They achieve this goal through a comprehensive program of recruitment, training, referrals, placements, networking, advocacy, retention activities and public workshops. The primary focus of the organization’s activities has been to help women explore, train and secure employment in nontraditional occupations, especially the skilled trades.
Vermont Works for Women
Vermont Works for Women. VWW works to address the needs of women in Vermont to earn a livable wage and to succeed despite numerous personal, educational and economic barriers to employment. They work to educate and support women and girls about the wide array of nontraditional career opportunities available to them, including building trades, renewable energy and efficiency, and law enforcement.
Missouri Women in Trades
MOWIT is dedicated to increasing opportunities for women in trades and nontraditional occupations and helping women access those careers. Our programs support women currently in the trades, assist aspiring tradeswomen access their chosen career and inspire girls just starting to develop their identities.
Okanagan College Trades & Apprenticeship
The Women’s Trades Training Initiative is designed for women who enjoy hands-on work with competitive wages. Eligible women may be offered assistance to cover tuition, books, tools, and clothing. The program provides practical and theoretical experience in a wide variety of building trade sectors.
Women Exploring Trades Program at Thompson Rivers University
Women in Trades Training assists women to become ready for trades employment, register as an apprentice or
gain a credential in an ITA Industry Training Program.
New Jersey Incentives & Training Programs
State of New Jersey trades apprenticeship and training programs.
Alaska Works Partnership
Alaska Works Partnership is offering Women in the Trades construction training in Anchorage.
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