Emma Pollard is a Journeyman Scaffolder by trade and the Project Director for The Office to Advance Women Apprentices Alberta. Emma believes the Office will bring diversity to the workforce for employers while creating equal opportunities for women across Alberta.
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.
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.
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.
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!
Tiana Bird wants to help people in her community and her journey to become a Red Seal plumber is just the beginning. Read her story and start on your own path!
Meet Maggie Budden the coordinator of the Cape Breton Office to Advance Women Apprentices. She will help women find resources and success in the skilled trades.
The story of one young apprentice who – with support from the Office to Advance Women Apprentices and Boilermakers Local 203 – found her dream job.
Both Joan and Cheryl are eager to support women in their trades careers, coaching them through struggles they’re both all too familiar with.
Tradeswoman carpenter and scaffolder Melanie Driscoll is leaving the Office to Advance Women Apprentices to lead her Halifax-based company So Busy Construction Crew.
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