Key highlights on regulations, policies, and program funding specifically curated for the transportation professional
WEBINAR: March 21, 2023, 10:30AM - 12:00PM PT [CLOSED]
Building a construction workforce that offers women an opportunity to build a successful career is critical to maintaining a resilient, sustainable, and innovative construction industry. The Federal Highway Administration recognizes this priority as it works to improve equity and diversity across our nation's surface transportation workforce.
The March 21st Women in Construction webinar introduces FHWA's Every Day Counts-6 Strategic Workforce Development team to learn how they're developing new resources and innovative strategies to identify, train, place, and retain women in construction.
Join partner organizations Vermont Agency of Transportation and Vermont Works for Women in advocating for equal access to women interested in building a trade-based career that offers economic security for them and their families.
Space its limited ... register now to stay up-to-date on the latest speakers and upcoming webinars.
Marilyn Jorgenson Reece, the first female engineer to work at California’s Division of Highways (now Caltrans), designed the I-10/405 interchange and later worked on the I-605 freeway, I-210 extension, and I-105 Century freeway.
Join Caltrans in celebrating Women in History Month in March by attending FHWA's live Women in Construction webinar to learn how Federal & State DOTs support women-focused organizations across the nation.
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– Pete Buttigieg
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