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Volunteer with the BCTWS in Surrey – September 24

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BCCWITT founding organization BC Tradeswomen Society is coordinating a fantastic day for trades volunteers at the upcoming HeroWork Canada project for the Surrey Urban Mission Society on Sunday, September 24! They are seeking a minimum of 20 volunteer tradespeople wanting to do some good work, have fun, and make a difference. Interested? More details at https://bctradeswomensociety.ca/2023/07/herowork-volunteer-opportunity/ or email bctradeswomensociety@gmail.com.

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BCCWITT’s new funding opportunities!

BCCWITT Career Advancement Bursary The BCCWITT Career Advancement Bursary provides funding for equity priority tradespeople of all genders, including tradespeople who are Indigenous, people of colour, 2SLGBTIAQ+, immigrants, people with disabilities, and women, in...

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Victoria Skilled Trades Social, Nov. 18 @ 8-11 PM

Calling ALL BCCWITT network members, allies, supporters, and friends: Our next skilled trades social is coming up next weekend! BCCWITT staff are excited to meet some local tradespeople, employers, instructors, union organizers, and program coordinators involved in...

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BCCWITT is working to create a diverse, equitable and inclusive skilled trades industry.

We have a few spots open for our upcoming Be More Than A Bystander train-the-trainer (men's cohort) at College of New Caledonia, Prince George Campus from March 11-13. For more information and to apply: ow.ly/ABqF50QHu6s ... See MoreSee Less
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Join us for our Campbell River Skilled Trades Community Social tonight. We'll be at Session Taproom + Kitchen (926 Island Hwy) from 7-10pm. We look forward to hanging out! ... See MoreSee Less
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Share your opinions on funding for trades in BC! The Ministry of Post-Secondary Education and Future Skills wants to improve online education and career planning services, and you can help them out by participating in their survey about accessing financial supports for trades programs, including...• Your experiences with Trades Program Financial Supports.• Demographic questions to ensure diverse and inclusive representation.• An opportunity to join future research. No pressure – participate when it suits you, and feel free to opt out anytime! The survey has 22 questions, takes 5 to 10 minutes, & is open until March 3rd.ow.ly/MhyQ50QFZiM ... See MoreSee Less
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