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April 16, 2015


BUILDING YOUR FUTURE Women in the Trades Sampler

Female Construction ApprenticeJoin us to explore careers in the trades at Saint Paul College Saint Paul College is offering you the opportunity to join other women for three evenings of learning, creating, and connecting with industry professionals in high demand industry trades. This 12 hour, hands-on career experience will introduce you to the basics of careers in electrical technology, carpentry, welding, sheet metal, automotive, plumbing and the pipefitting industries.

Tuesday, April 21, Wednesday, April 22 and Thursday, April 23 5:30pm–9:30pm, Saint Paul College 235 Marshall Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55102

  • COST: $25 (scholarships are available)
  • 651.846.1800
  • Download: Women in the Trades Flyer
  • Register today at

Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development

Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development

Here is a site where you will find MANY in person hiring events across the metro area including the Employer of the Day events in the metro area Workforce Centers.

You can see there were 15 events posted just for today! We know that one of the most effective ways for you to get hired is to make a positive  first impression in person.  Attend an event or two every day!!!

Get Hired TODAY!

  • American Indian/Alaska native 7%
  • Asian 4%
  • Black or African American 44%
  • Undefined 7%
  • Hispanic or Latino 12%
  • White 35%

Construction Hiring Connection

Register your skills, experience and resume on your own construction account that you can update 24/7. This account is viewable for contractors who are working on government related construction projects (for example, LRTWorks light rail projects and other large developments like stadiums, water treatment facilities and public land development sites).


  • Males 78%
  • Females 19.43%