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Anesthesia&CritCare Mar 22
Replying to @AnesthCritCare
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Erin Flanagan May 16
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Karen Applegate May 16
I loved my Industry for a Day experience
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All Hands Raised May 22
Curious about what other Industry for a Day participants experienced last week? Check out the photo album at 🛠
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All Hands Raised May 20
Shoutout to all the sponsors & partners who helped make Industry for a Day possible! Your hard work & generosity allowed 200+ educators, counselors, administrators, non-profit partners & more to experience the living-wage career opportunities in the skilled trades! 🛠️
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PPS CTE & CCR May 15
Thank you and for hosting . We (w/ Career Coordinator)are getting to learn great apprenticeship options for our students!
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All Hands Raised May 16
Thank you to the 200+ educators, counselors, principals, career coordinators, nonprofit partners, site hosts, and more who participated in Industry for a Day yesterday! Stay tuned for a wrap-up email next week and in the meantime share your experience with 🛠️🥽
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missytoo May 15
"You just have to decide: I'm going to be a trailblazer and take the job, then there will be one, two, . . . ten."
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missytoo May 15
Show women they can change the world working on the Trades: "You can be hands-on and give back to the community! I serve on two boards."
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missytoo May 15
Service Center tour, helping educators help students see themselves connecting to the World of Work.
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Portland Workforce Alliance May 21
So happy to be apart of 🛠️
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Portland General May 15
> 200 educators attended Industry for a Day. "We're seeing a huge desire to see sustainable, 100% renewable clean energy. The kids you work with today can be part of that future, as we go from 40% clean energy to 100%." - Maria Pope
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Beth Elliot May 15
Industry For a Day w/O’Neill Electric w Pres. Maurice Rahming. Did you know the rods on top of the towers are lightning attractors? And 6 air current turbines on each end of the span generate power for the grid!
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