The story of one young apprentice who – with support from the Office to Advance Women Apprentices and Boilermakers Local 203 – found her dream job.
Guy J Bailey Ltd. can boast about its strides and work with the Office to Advance Women Apprentices to include diversity and inclusion as part of the company’s mandate.
Career Development Services and the Office to Advance Women Apprentices work together to help women find their dream jobs in PEI.
Kelli is a Nova Scotia Trailblazer for women in construction. The Office to Advance Women Apprentices is delighted to have Kelli be part of the office’s founding advisory committee.
Both Joan and Cheryl are eager to support women in their trades careers, coaching them through struggles they’re both all too familiar with.
The Local actively supports its women members and has worked closely with our office to help many of them find work.
Tradeswoman carpenter and scaffolder Melanie Driscoll is leaving the Office to Advance Women Apprentices to lead her Halifax-based company So Busy Construction Crew.
The Manitoba Construction Sector Council has been a true ally to our team since we opened in 2019.
We’re flying high with Flyer Electric! This company has been so supportive of our office and has been one of our biggest advocates in the Saskatchewan area.
Mitch Taylor of Sunbuilt is building capacity in his community, his business, and building skills in a female direct entry carpenter apprentice.
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