Are you a woman stuck in a low-income, dead-end job and

looking for a career that can support you and your family?

Are you willing to work hard and get your hands dirty?

Make your own wooden toolbox and learn about being a

woman in the building trades

Friday, April 20 from

3:00-5:30 PM at Temple Landing Community Room;

370 Middle Street, New Bedford, MA


Building Pathways South is a 6-week class to prepare you for a union

apprenticeship in the building trades


Applications due Friday, April 27, 2018


Must be at least 18, be willing to take a drug test, be strong and have a

driver’s license (or plan to get one) and reliable transportation.

Building Pathways South is a collaboration between the Brockton & Vicinity Building Trades Council, the Southeastern Massachusetts Building Trades Council and the Women's Fund of Southeastern Massachusetts.

The project is fiscallysponsored by the Coalition for Social Justice Education Fund and will serve residents of the SouthCoast and South Shore regions of the state.

For more info, Contact Yvonne Tobey, Project Coordinator at 774-238-1165 or

Submitted by jsoler on Thu, 04/05/2018 - 08:48