The Salem Chapter is a diverse group of professional women in the construction industry who help keep each other informed, connected, and involved. Our members include business owners, office managers, subcontractors, tradeswomen, administrators, sales reps, lawyers, surveyors,...Read More
The National Association of Women in Construction is a not-for-profit organization, founded in 1955, that promotes the advancement and growth of women in the construction industry through education, support, and community involvement. Members of NAWIC include business owners, office managers, subcontractors, lawyers, realtors, surveyors, insurance and bonding companies, and accountants, and are employed in all types of construction trades. Please explore our website to learn more about the Salem, Oregon chapter of NAWIC.
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The Willamette Valley Construction Career Day is an annual event that the Salem NAWIC Chapter has organized and hosted since 2003. During the event, over 600 high school students in the Willamette Valley are given the opportunity to receive hands-on exposure to a myriad of potential career paths in the construction industry. This event is divided into three informational areas:
Heavy Equipment—students are able to operate heavy equipment;
Hands-On Activities—students can participate in various hands-on activities, including framing, carpentry, glass cutting, masonry, and many others; and
Informational—local educational programs and industry associations will be handing out information about their programs and services to youth that might be interested in the industry.