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Register to attend the Women Build Metro Los Angeles apprenticeship readiness fair

Location

Alhambra , CA United States

The Women Build Metro Los Angeles apprenticeship readiness fair will be taking place Thursday, Nov. 8. Come and meet women and recruiters from trade unions, construction-related businesses, and prime contractors. The event program includes sessions on how to prepare for a career in construction and building trades, hands-on experiences and more.

Event details:

Nov. 8, 2018 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Los Angeles County Arboretum – Ayres Hall
301 N. Baldwin Ave.
Arcadia, CA 91007

Pre-register here! The event is free and open to the public. You can reach the Arboretum by taking the Gold Line to Arcadia Station, then transferring to the Arcadia Transit Green Line bus.

If you have additional questions about this event or the Women Build Metro Los Angeles program, email [email protected]

Women Build Metro LA (WBMLA) was established in support of Metro’s Project Labor Agreement and Construction Careers Policy mandate. WBMLA is composed of women and men in construction related industries, community advocates, stakeholders and decision makers from the private and public sectors. Membership is open to all who want to work to help increase female participation in the transportation related workforce.

Given that women currently make up less than 3% of the construction trade workforce, the voluntary committee members are passionate about increasing female participation. With emphasis on the construction trades, we are proud to recruit, educate and support women’s introduction into all aspects of the transportation industry. Although Metro does not hire workers for our construction projects, all of our Prime Contractors have this requirement.

Independent journalism is a bedrock of democracy--and it's in crisis. Here at the Alhambra Source, we're committed to covering the local stories that matter most to you. We don’t have advertisers and we don’t have pay walls, but we do have bills. You read to the end of this story. That's great. But this kind of journalism will end without public support. Join us! Support the work and the democratic values it serves. Donate now!

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