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.
Makenna Ducharme always knew a career in the trades was for her and now that she’s working on her electrical apprenticeship, it’s hard for her to contain her enthusiasm.
Tammy Poorman was the first person in her family to graduate high school, but she wanted to go further. She did! And now she’s working with our office, we’re going to help her keep growing.
Welder Tracy Fedorowich has an important message for women looking to blaze a new trail: Never give up.
Growing up in Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation in northern Manitoba, Renee had always enjoyed working with her hands. She found work with a drywall company and enjoyed the physicality of the work.
Coast to Coast and Beyond!
Candice Gibson never imagined her dream job was just around the corner.
Dreams Do Come True.
Melissa Smith always wanted to be a carpenter; she wanted to make things with her hands.
Break down the words journeyperson and you’re perfectly describing Jackie Frampton’s experience in getting her Red Seal as an electrician.
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