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Find out if you have what it takes to work in the skilled trades. Take our self assessment quiz now!

Have a question about women in the trades? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions or submit a question of your own.

Are you a tradeswoman-to-be who lives outside of Cook County? Check out WIST - our Women In Skilled Trades program.

Download our new participant guide.  This guide will answer all of your questions about the construction industry.


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Chicago Women in Trades would like to Thank our donors for their generousity.   We are optimistic about the new year and grateful for the support you have provided to help make advancing the cause of women in nontraditional careers possible.

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CHICAGO WOMEN IN TRADES works to increase the number of women in the skilled trades and other blue collar occupations and to eliminate the barriers that prohibit women from entering and remaining in non-traditional careers.

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