NAWICNational Association of Women In Construction
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Organizations in the Portland area such as Oregon Tradeswomen and NAWIC have made great strides in recruiting more women into the trades.
"The National Association of Women in Construction is committed to enhancing the success of all women in construction - not just those who are NAWIC members," says Connie Leipard, the immediate past-president of NAWIC.
The NAWIC organisation will host a charity ball at Ramside Hall Hotel, Durham, on Friday, October 14, with proceeds from a raffle going to the Alzheimer's Society.
With NAWIC North East celebrating their 4th successful year of encouraging individuals to pursue, establish and sustain successful careers, International Women's Day coming up on March 8 and the Women in Construction Awards on March 23 showcasing women across the industry at every level, there are many opportunities to celebrate and raise awareness of women in construction.
To meet, support and network with other women working in construction NAWIC goals:
The NAWIC Education Foundation has continuing education certification programs that are administered by Clemson University in South Carohna, she said.
THE National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) is hosting a breakfast seminar in Liverpool at the Albert Dock's Ha Ha club on Tuesday, November 8.
In Eugene, OR, the local chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) provided the impetus for its Construction Career Days event.
"We have owners of businesses, job supervisors, even tile-design people." Opening doors for women is one of the goals of NAWIC, which offers college scholarships in construction-related fields, sponsors courses in areas such as estimating and blueprint-reading, and encourages employers to hire women for non-traditional jobs.
This week, the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) has been looking into why women aren't making greater strides in the industry.