This blog is made possible by funding from the Oregon Department of Transportation to tell the stories of the women who are working to build Oregon’s transportation systems.
One of the first projects that Portland’s Renee Beaudoin got involved in after graduating from Oregon Tradeswomen, Inc.’s (OTI) Trades and Apprenticeship Career Class (TACC) in 2011 was making phone calls to U.S. legislators. She was part of a team … Continue reading
AJ Banuelos is a woman on a mission: She is determined to succeed both as a worker and as a mother, and is forth-coming on both topics. She laid out her life plan while tending her two sons one sunny … Continue reading
Welcome to the Oregon Tradeswomen, Inc. Blog, made possible through generous funding from the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT). This blog will tell the stories, successes and challenges of women working in the highway construction trades in Oregon. We welcome … Continue reading
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