Chicago Women in Trades

Chicago, Illinois, United States

Address barriers to women's employment in the skilled construction trades through advancing equitable hiring and retention practices, industry change, leadership development of tradeswomen, and the expansion of pre-apprenticeship training programs in three cities, including Detroit

March 1, 2020 - Feb. 28, 2022

Focus Area

Working Families

Geographic Focus

Illinois, Michigan, Ohio

Amount

$300,000

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