Membership

Washington Women in Trades is an organization of tradeswomen, tradeswomen want-to-bes, apprentices, journey level workers, advocates, teachers, supporters and retired workers.

We produce a variety of events throughout the year, we inspire women to consider skilled trade careers and we offer career support to others.

 

Become a Lifetime Member!

Be a card-carrying member of Washington Women in Trades!
 Membership entitles you to regular information, a snazzy membership card to show off your affiliation and the satisfaction that you're part of group that supports workplace equality.

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Join HERE

 

$50 for Working Tradeswomen

$50 for Advocates, Instructors, Coordinators

$25 for Apprentices, Unemployed Tradeswomen, Rosies and Retirees

To become a member, simply fill

out our handy form and hit submit!

 

For more membership details, contact 

Alice Lockridge, Outreach Coordinator

email, text or call: 206-552-1921

Stuff we do... 

Virtual Monthly Meetings

General meetings are held on the 3rd Thursdays/month. Open discussion, networking, etc.

Board Meetings  are held on the 2nd Thursday of the month:  Plan events, vote on funding and and help decide the path of our 40-year-old organization over a quick, light meal. We welcome members to join in and move up to leadership positions.  

Two major, annual events: 
     

Trades Fair - Held in Spring, celebrating over 4 decades!  More info here

  • Attend as a participant--it’s FREE! Stroll past hands-on exhibits demonstrating the
 trades careers at dozens of unions, corporations and public agencies.
         

  • Attend as an exhibitor; the fee covers either an indoor space or an outside area 
for trucks and equipment. 

Dream Big Dinner - held in November since 2007 -  More info here

  • Our gala event, the Dream Big Dinner is designed to honor past, current and future
 trades women. Celebrate with friends and colleagues at a lovely buffet dinner in a great venue.

 

Washington Women in Trades work matters, not just to the individual women, but to an entire community.

Here's that link again:  Join HERE!