APPRENTICESHIP WORKSHOP Tuesday June 18 6-8 pm Oakland
Construction and Machinist Careers
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ENTRY to APPRENTICESHIP
Tuesday JUNE 18, 2013
6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
at Tradeswomen, Inc.
1433 Webster Street, #100
BART Stop: 12th Street Oakland
Apprenticeships, the best start to a construction career, are “Earn While You Learn” programs that allow you to work and get paid learning your trade during the day and taking classes nights or weekends. Machinists also have apprenticeship opportunities in the Bay Area. Come to Tradeswomen, Inc. and learn how women can succeed in these careers.
Tradeswomen Inc. will have specific information about upcoming opportunities in the “List trades,” the “Hunt trades,” and Machining Apprenticeships. Some craft apprenticeships are only open for application a few days a year and require qualifying tests to be considered for entry into the trade. Electricians, Operating Engineers, Plumbers/Fitters, and Sheet Metal are List trades. Most apprenticeships require entrants to have basic math and English skills, HS diploma or GED, physical ability to do manual labor, access to reliable transportation and to be drug free. You must be ready in advance! Come to our workshop and learn more!
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