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Looking For a Career You Love?

Hope Renovations, a dual-mission nonprofit providing free training for women and nonbinary folks entering the skilled trades and construction industry, and helping older adults age in place, is expanding across the Triangle this spring! NAWIC Triangle has been a supporter and partner of Hope Renovations since day one, and we're excited to spread the word about their new training locations.

 

After three years of offering their Trades Training Program in Carrboro, Hope Renovations is now partnered with Wake Tech and Durham Tech to offer classes in Raleigh and Durham. These 9-week cohorts are geared toward beginners who are underemployed and seeking a living wage career in the industry. Training includes the NCCER Core curriculum in basic construction skills, on-the-job learning with Hope's professional construction crew, career development curriculum, and career coaching. Trainees are paid to participate to help offset financial barriers.

 

Do you know someone for whom this opportunity would change their life? Please share about Hope Renovations with your networks to get the word out! 

 

Hope Renovations also works with local employers to provide program graduates with subsidized internships. It's a low-risk way to support a woman or nonbinary person starting their career and continue to advocate for gender diversity and equity in our industry. Interested in the internship program? Email Sarah Campbell, VP of Training, at sarah@hoperenovations.org.

 

Learn more at hoperenovations.org and sign up for their newsletter to stay updated on everything they have going on!



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