Oregon Tradeswomen's Career Fair
Thank you to everyone involved in Oregon Tradeswomen's 2023 Career Fair that took place May 19th and 20th! Special thanks to NECA/IBEW Electrical Training Center and Local 48 for the generous use of their spaces. Oregon Tradeswomen could not host this event without their incredible support.
Thank you to our dedicated sponsors for their financial support of the Career Fair and their involvement as exhibitors to connect with attendees about careers in their industry. Thank you to the teachers and chaperones who encouraged their students to think about professional paths after high-school that they may not have otherwise known about - and opportunities for a debt-free career education.
Oregon Tradeswomen's 2023 Career Fair by the numbers:
1,080 Middle and high school students
153 Teachers & Chaperones
70 School groups from Oregon & Washington
811 Women and their Families attended on Saturday
73 Volunteers contributed 386 hours
90 Businesses, Unions, community colleges, government agencies, and other organizations
31 Interactive exhibits & hands-on workshops
Employers + Training Providers
Oregon Tradeswomen's Career Fair offers a unique opportunity to connect with potential workers. Please stay tuned to join us for the Career Fair in 2024! To receive email notifications about the event, please send email to: email@example.com
School registration will open in January 2023. To be notified, please send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Come find the career you've been looking for - or one you may have never imagined! More information about which companies and organizations will be exhibiting will be posted closer to the event. To receive email updates, sign up for our newsletter at the bottom of this page.
Our volunteers are the best and are truly the POWER behind Oregon Tradeswomen’s annual Career Fair! We can't put this event on without you! Look for a link to sign up closer to the event date and sign up for our newsletter at the bottom of this page.
LiUNA representatives talk with Career Fair attendees about apprenticeship and the opportunities for debt-free training and education as a Union Laborer.
Senator Ron Wyden visited Oregon Tradeswomen's annual Career Fair. He enjoyed learning about the great work happening in our region to expand access to apprenticeship and debt-free career education opportunities.
Middle School Girls show their enthusiasm at the Ironworkers Local 29 workshop at Oregon Tradeswomen's Career Fair!