Amanda Rees has blazed a trail in so many ways and we’re so proud she’s been awarded this year’s Trailblazer Award winner. Read her story and discover how she’s shaping the world of trades for women in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Discover the perfect partnership between us and Skills Canada Newfoundland and Labrador and how we’re working together to reach the next generation of trades women.
Meet one of the most progressive companies for women working in the trades. @ H&H Enterprises has a reputation across the country for exceptional work experience for women apprentices. Find out how they’re blazing a trail!
Vanessa Miller is a perfect example of how to go from start to success! Read about her journey and get in touch with her to discover your new career path.
@Steel Heels is a great example of women making a stamp on non-traditional trades. Check out how owner Miranda MacIssac has been changing minds and hiring more young tradeswomen in PEI.
Discover how we’re working with WNPEI to bring more learning opportunities to women interested in the trades in PEI. This is a partnership that’s reaping real rewards for local women.
From baking to fixing … engines! Ashton Weibel found her calling and changed her career path. You can too. Read Ashton’s story and find out how the office can help you discover your perfect place.
SB TireCraft Enfield needed an apprentice who wanted to learn all aspects of the trade, would value the community, and the integrity of the business. The Office to Advance Women Apprentices matched them with a direct entry apprentice from the corridor community.
The Nova Scotia Office to Advance Women Apprentices helps women like Kaitlin find the right job in the skilled trades for their future. Connect with the office and learn how we can support you to find your dream job!
The Office to Advance Women Apprentices works closely with the Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency (NSAA) and specifically the Women in Trades (WIT) team.
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