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

For more information 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.

 

We also partner with LIHI in the Women4Women Tiny House Program for homeless women.

 

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

Here's that link again:  Join HERE!