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Oregon Tradeswomen
Oregon Tradeswomen, Inc. is a non-profit dedicated to promoting success for women in the trades through education, leadership, and mentorship.
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WITNI 23h
Are you a woman considering a career in electrical, mechanical or aircraft maintenance? Join our tradeswomens tour this Saturday!
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WITNI Sep 18
Irish Tradeswomen impact the future of construction, energy & transport! Help us hit our fundraising target in time to take our place at this life-changing Global conference
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Oregon Tradeswomen Sep 17
Check out this BBC World interview with Judaline Cassidy, a plumber and founder of Tools & Tiaras Inc, and Hattie Hasan, a plumber for 25 years and business owner!
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Oregon Tradeswomen Sep 14
Oregon Tradeswomen was honored to have the opportunity to sit in on Portland Business Journal’s “How Oregon Works” today! Thank you to for sponsoring us to be at this event & thank you to industry partner president, Mark Mitsui of for the kind shout-out
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Oregon Tradeswomen Sep 14
former Portland Mayor, Sam Adams, provides important perspective on the importance of equity issues in city climate action plans.
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Oregon Tradeswomen Sep 14
Love this pic of the panelists at the conference. Can you spot our Amy James Neel?
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Oregon Tradeswomen Sep 13
Stella Cheng is a member of Bricklayers and Allied Craftsman Local 3 in Oakland, CA. Stella is a driving force in her union not only because of her dedication to the craft, but because of her hard work developing a training program to reduce sexual harassment on the job
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Oregon Tradeswomen Sep 12
We are getting some truly awesome submissions to our Silent Auction that will be happening on September 28th at our annual Build With Us! 2018: A Blue Collar Gala! Be sure to get your tickets soon:
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Ariane Hegewisch Sep 12
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Suzanne Bonamici Sep 11
It’s encouraging to see the progress of in building a more skilled and diverse workforce. In Congress, I will continue to support their efforts by advocating for the Women in Apprenticeship and Nontraditional Occupations grant program.
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Oregon Tradeswomen Sep 7
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Oregon Tradeswomen Sep 7
Our fearless leader, Kelly Kupcak, spoke with the Portland Business Journal about our work here at Oregon Tradeswomen. Check it out!
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Joe Biden Sep 6
Organized labor is why we have a minimum wage in this country. It’s why we have the five-day work week. It’s why we have worker safety standards. It’s why we have a middle class in America. We owe them.
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PGTI Boston Sep 6
A contractor in Texas weighs in on the importance of getting more women into construction.
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Occ Health Sciences Sep 4
Thanks to for sharing this photo of O[yes] volunteers at the 2018 career fair in the August Professional Safety ASSP Connection (Chapter Commitment to Community): talking about safety
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Oregon Tradeswomen Sep 4
A huge thank you to for following the journey of two of our recent TACC grads through the program. These stories need to be told!
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Oregon Tradeswomen Aug 31
Our very own Amy James Neel will be speaking on a panel on September 12th! Read more about the event here:
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Oregon Tradeswomen Aug 30
Thank you to the DJC for coming to our Summer 2018 TACC graduation! We love these photos :)
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Oregon Tradeswomen Aug 29
Support Oregon Tradeswomen by coming out to the Dropbox Derby this Labor Day!
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Oregon Tradeswomen Aug 29
You invited to attend PCC's Welding Networking Event on 8/31! They are hosting employers who are looking to hire skilled job seekers! Friday, August 31, 2018 6400 N Cutter Circle Portland, OR 97217 Make sure to bring a resume, if you have one!
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