Best Practices in Employment Supports & Placement for Nontraditional Occupations in the Construction Industry

Posted by Margaret Lamb - On September 18, 2015 (EST)

Women working in nontraditional industries like construction face barriers both on and off the jobsite. If you are an apprenticeship program, pre-apprenticeship training provider, employer, or other workforce entity this webinar is for you. Join us to hear about employment supports and placement service models for women in construction. A panel of industry experts and peers will provide you with best practices and resources in helping women transition from job training programs to employment, as well as take your questions during this hour long free webinar.

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Start Date : 12/08/15 02:00PM ET

End Date : 12/08/15 03:00PM ET

Presenter : Kathleen Culhane, Executive Director, Nontraditional Employment for Women - New York City

Chelsea McGrath, Program Director, Nontraditional Employment for Women- New York City

Amy James-Neel, Construction Manager/Job Developer, Oregon Tradeswomen, Inc

Pamyla Berryhill, Community Affairs Director, Turner Construction

Moderator : Felecia Hart, Team Leader, U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration

Modified On : December 21, 2015
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