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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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Mara Zepeda Jan 13
What a DAY for in ! 🔥 A1: Amanda Lucier‘s stunning photos of women ranchers, including our own Cory Carman A8: calling for a more inclusive future rooted in repair. Flying with her own wings!
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PGTI Boston Jan 14
Want to learn about what Sheet Metal Workers do? Check out this fantastic video that includes Boston's own Shamaiah Tibet Turner! Sheet Metal Workers Local 17
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Boilermakers Union Jan 11
There are many merits to being a . Read how these Boy Scouts learned how cool Boilermakers are while they earned merit badges.
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Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty Jan 11
This entire thread is very important. It's about how we react to those in need when we do not understand them, and how fear hinders our ability to respond in compassionate ways. This extends beyond the personal to the systemic.
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Oregon Tradeswomen Jan 11
Amazing women doing amazing things!
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Oregon Tradeswomen Jan 9
Interested in a Career in Diesel Service Technology? Apply for a scholarship with 's Diesel Service Tech Program. Starting salaries can range from $40,000 per year and an experienced technician can earn more than $100,000! For info, visit:
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#ConstructionWomen Jan 7
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HardHattedWoman Jan 7
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Oregon Tradeswomen Jan 4
If you have tried calling our office and weren’t able to reach anyone, it is because our phones are down. We are trying to get them back as soon as possible, but in the meantime, please email us at info@tradeswomen.net
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WIRC Together Jan 3
: Missing your time at WIRC 2018? Throughout 2019 we'll be bringing you the best bits of wisdom from all of our 2018 speakers. First up: Our panel on challenges facing women in construction, with reps from , , , and .
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Oregon Tradeswomen Dec 31
Thank you to all who have generously contributed to our campaign. Know that your support is making a difference in the lives of women across Oregon, like Bobby Davis, and in the construction industry! This is your last day to donate:
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Oregon Tradeswomen Dec 30
Erin says that “there is no way I would have been confident enough to approach an apprenticeship without the training I received from the teachers at Oregon Tradeswomen.” Giving to will help women like Erin discover and pursue their dreams:
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Oregon Tradeswomen Dec 30
“Oregon Tradeswomen gave me the support, network, letters of recommendation, and basic skills that catapulted me into an electrician apprenticeship. For the first time in ages, I am hyped to answer the question: “What do you do for work?” -Sarah Donate:
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Oregon Tradeswomen Dec 27
Why Victoria K donates: “My daughter, Vanessa, is a recent graduate of the Pathways program. OTI provides a career opportunity to women that might not otherwise be possible. I saw her develop improved self-confidence and teamwork with her cohorts.” Donate:
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Oregon Tradeswomen Dec 26
“The flaw in our character is our insistence on separating blue-collar jobs from white-collar jobs, and encouraging one form of education over another.” - Mike Rowe. Support education by donating to Oregon Tradeswomen or on the
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The Building Trades Dec 21
NABTU spends over $1.5 billion annually on apprenticeship programs “without imposing a nickel of student debt or requiring a dime of taxpayer money.” Read more on how unions are strategically investing in the future of the construction industry 👀
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Oregon Tradeswomen Dec 22
No matter where you came from or what you want to do with your life, career education is critical. Organizations like Oregon Tradeswomen and offer options to pursue education that works for them! Make a donation at today:
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Oregon Tradeswomen Dec 20
We are honored to be in the !The work we do changes lives. Single mothers, previously incarcerated women, and women in dead-end jobs find us and transform their lives, going from making minimum wage to buying their first houses.
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Oregon Tradeswomen Dec 18
Until the passing of Title IX in 1972, women were barred from apprenticeship! Now, we work tirelessly to prepare as many women as possible for apprenticeship. Donate to to give women the education and skills needed to be ready for the job site!
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KickAssCareers Dec 17
160 grade 6-8 students learned about apprenticeship today.
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