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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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Life changing. That's how graduates of our apprenticeship program describe their experience. Are you ready to power up your career? Come to our open house *Friday* from 10-3 at IBEW 1141, 1700 SE 15th St. in OKC.
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Give!Guide Nov 13
“The night I was drafted, my dad said, ‘The most important thing you’re going to be able to do is impact other people and give back, because you come from a background that a lot of people in your position have never been around or experienced.’”:
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Oregon Tradeswomen Nov 13
We work hard every day to end the stigma that construction jobs are less valuable that white-collar careers and that they are a “man’s job.” Donate to our campaign to provide incredible construction career pathways to women!
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Oregon Tradeswomen Nov 12
There is much work to be done to fill the labor shortage, but the industry needs to realize that the answer lies with women.
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Multnomah County, OR Nov 9
Topping out ceremonies give us a chance to recognize the men and women who are doing the hard work of building this one piece at a time -
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Oregon Tradeswomen Nov 9
Thank you for joining us, we hope you had a good time!
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Oregon Tradeswomen Nov 9
Thank you for participating! We are excited for the future of construction :)
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Oregon Tradeswomen Nov 8
Did you know that Oregon’s percentage of women working in the skilled trades is more than double the national average? We have been hard at work making sure that more women are joining the skilled trades and we need your help! Donate today!
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DoWhatYouLove Nov 7
Proud to represent at the C2P2 meeting. An incredible group working to create through pathways to
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Oregon Tradeswomen Nov 7
Interstate Trucking Academy is now accepting applications for the January 2019 truck driving apprenticeship training program. Applications are due 11:59 pm, Saturday, November 17, 2018.
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Oregon Tradeswomen Nov 7
Oregon Business sat down with Oregon Tradeswomen's Executive Director Kelly Kupcak to discuss the importance of inclusive recruitment and how to fix the labor shortage!
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Oregon Tradeswomen Nov 6
When you donate to Oregon Tradeswomen, you are funding a long term solution for workforce diversity, gender parity, & women’s financial independence. Take your first step in practicing philanthropy and donate to our campaign.
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KEEN Utility Nov 5
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Jackie Lang Nov 5
Ever consider driving a truck as a career? KGW’s Cassidy Quinn finds out what it takes, with help from Interstate Trucking Academy. Like WM, the Academy is training for a more diverse & inclusive workforce behind the wheel. See how Cassidy does it! .
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Earth Advantage Nov 2
We're so glad we can offer some scholarships to our SHP course. Thanks to ! Congrats Chelsea!  
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The Building Trades Nov 1
In case you couldn’t get enough of it, here are some of our favorite 📸’s from !
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Oregon Tradeswomen Nov 1
Oregon Tradeswomen is featured in the this year! Join us for an exciting two months of prizes, concerts, and most importantly, giving, starting November 1st through the end of 2018!
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LovettDeconstruction Oct 31
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Oregon Tradeswomen Oct 31
Congrats to TACC grad Chelsea Acker who won one of the full-tuition scholarships that and had available for their Sustainable Homes Professional (SHP) course! Now she is set to start a career in green construction! Photo by Josh Kulla /
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Oregon Tradeswomen Oct 31
recently approached us for our help identifying local women with the skills to fill field engineer positions, an entry-level path to leadership and management. Learn about the two Oregon Tradeswomen grads chosen for this opportunity on our blog
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