Please join NAWIC Miami Chapter 41's monthly general membership meeting, where you will have an opportunity to network with female professionals within the construction industry. This month, we'll be visiting the Urban Construction Craft Academy which is a non‐profit organization providing Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration (ETJD) programs.
The Urban Construction Craft Academy’s enhanced jobs programs combine technology, personal growth, character building, and highly qualified (state certified personnel) mentors from the construction industry, certified teachers, counselors and administrators, to provide hands‐on experiences for individuals looking to transition into the workforce. The ultimate goal of UCCA is to develop skilled tradesmen and women who can eventually become entrepreneurs in the local and global labor market.
NAWIC unites women who are actively employed in various capacities of the construction industry, including women-owned businesses, construction companies, contractors, tradeswomen, engineers, architects, suppliers, insurance, banking and legal fields. We also work to promote continuing/higher education and encourage women to pursue, establish and broaden their careers in the construction industry. We are a self-governing, non-profit organization with about 6,000 members nationwide, 400 members in the State of Florida, with almost one quarter of these members located in South Florida.
Hope to see you there!