Manufacturing Career Pathways
Did you know? Women make up less than one-third of the current manufacturing workforce, one-quarter of IT workers, and only 3% of construction jobs.
Manufacturing Career Pathways for Women is designed to offer vocational training and support to help women launch a successful career in these professions. Services offered by this program include:
- College and career navigation
- Job placement and readiness assistance
- Mentorship and support services
This program works directly with colleges and employers throughout King County to provide participants with educational tours and industry connections. Training is offered for a variety of positions, such as:
- Welding fabrication
- Automotive technology
- Aviation electronics
- Construction trades
- Web development
Community partners for this program include: Seattle Colleges, Apprenticeship and Nontraditional Employment for Women (ANEW), Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (AJAC), and Washington Technology Industry Association (WTIA).