CWIT Spotlight

Building a More Equitable Workforce: FHWA’s Women in Construction featuring CWIT National Center Associate Director Lark Jackson

Good jobs are coming. Let’s make sure women don’t miss out. by Emily Andrews from CLASP and CWIT National Center Director Lauren Sugerman

Advancing Women in Manufacturing: Perspectives from Women on the Shop Floor by IWPR, CWIT, and Working for America Institute

How Apprenticeship Programs in Construction Trades Can Establish Family-Friendly Policies by JFF and CWIT’s National Center

Lauren Sugerman’s Opinion Piece on Women in Trades and Infrastructure (Construction Dive)

Lisa Guzman, Carpenter Local 58 in Chicago: Viewpoint on Equity and Inclusion in Infrastructure Legislation

Jazz Allen, CWIT Board Member and Ironworker Testifies at EEOC Hearing

Proposed Amendment to Infrastructure Bill Opens Up Access to Skilled Trades and High Wages to More Women and People of Color

America’s Getting Back to Work, and That Includes Illinois

Apprenticeship Programs: Taking Training into the Employer’s Hands

Councilmember Gilmore Richardson Partners with Local Unions to Highlight Young Women in the Trades in Honor of Women’s History Month

Good Jobs Summit Panel with Lark Jackson, Program Director of the National Center for Women’s Equity in Apprenticeship & Employment 

Why Are Way More Women Suddenly Working In Construction?

A Snapshot of Women in the Trades

IMI/IMTEF Launches Maternity & Childcare Benefits for Bricklayers Union Craftworkers