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West Virginia Women Work has received funding from the Department of Labor through the Equity Partner Initiative with Chicago Women In Trades (CWIT) to reach out to established apprenticeship programs, workforce development agencies, and approved State Apprenticeship Agencies (SAAs) to assess the needs for strengthening the capacity to recruit, engage and retain women. Below you will find subject matter experts who can assist in technical assistance and policy to increase women’s participation in registered apprenticeship programs.

Equity Partners 

Chicago Women in Trades 

Oregon Tradeswomen, Inc.

Western Resource Center for Women in Apprenticeship 

Apprenticeship and Non-traditional Employment for Women

Nontraditional Employment for Women  

Policy Group on Tradeswomen’s Issues

Tradeswomen, Inc. 

Building Pathways

United States Department of Labor 

National Partners

Institute for Women’s Policy Research 

Transportation Learning Center (TLC) 

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