Join us for our Women* in Trades Virtual Open House Series

If you are interested in a fast-paced career with great job security, you won’t want to miss this event. Find out how you can train to become a skilled Woman in Trades in half the time and cost you would spend at a four-year university.

Think of it as an open house that you don’t have to get out of your jammies to attend!

Attend ONE or ALL of these VIRTUAL events:

Agriculture Panel Discussion

May 13 at 3pm
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Welding Panel Discussion

May 20 at 3pm
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HVAC Panel Discussion

May 27 at 3pm
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Engineering Technology Panel Discussion

June 3 at 3pm
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Automotive Panel Discussion

June 9 at 3pm
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Kristin Stinnett, Keynote Speaker

June 10 at 4pm
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Kristin StinnettKristin Stinnett, Automotive Mechanics Instructor from Highland Community College

Kristin is the first female automotive mechanics instructor at Highland Community College. Kristin talks about her experiences as a Woman in Trades in Automotive Mechanics and how she has empowered herself to succeed in a field that is predominantly male.

 

 

 

Women In Trades Series at Richland

*”Women” refers to gender-expansive (cis women, trans women, non-binary, gender non-conforming, gender queer, and any woman-identified person).

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