Building Bridges of Awareness: Advocating for Women and Minority Rights, Workforce Development and Workplace Compliance!
Association of Women Construction Workers of America, Inc. AWCWA CELEBRATING 10 YEARS!
Ghenya B. Grant, Esq.
Ghenya B. Grant/Grant Law Group.
A NYS-Certified MWBE Law Firm.
BUILDING SUCCESS with AWCWA PARTNERSHIP WITH GOODWILL INDUSTRIES of GREATER NY & NJ
Goodwill, Inc., is the world's leader in workforce development. They devoted their time and expertise to teach the students of Building Success with AWCWA Pre-Construction Training Program OSHA 30. Find out how this 40-hour experience turned into a corporate partnership that benefit all the student.
Construction isn't seasonal, which is why our year-round mission gets so much attention. Association of Women Construction Workers of America, Inc. (AWCWA) is a vocal advocate for women and minority in construction. Devote an afternoon to speak at our membership meeting and see first-hand how working together helps.
Director of Organizing DC 9 IUPAT, AFL-CIO
Belgrove Appliance, Inc.
New Life Medical & Safety Training Center
The Joi Beard Woman of the Year Award
In Honor of AWCWA Former Executive Director of Educational Development and Training and a IBEW Local 3 Member
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Joseph M. Barry Career & Technical Education Center
Council for Airport Opportunity, Inc.
Work with members in your community and make a difference!
President & Founder.
Association of Women Construction Workers America and Executive Director of Building Success with AWCWA
Pre-Construction Training Programs
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SEVENTH ANNUAL AWCWA RECOGNIZING WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION
INDUSTRY AWARDS CEREMONY
MARCH 31, 2016
6:30 to 9:30 at MODA Grill (formerly City Rib)
89-04 Parsons Boulevard, located in downtown, Jamaica.
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Project Manager Communities and Local Government,
Locally, nationally and internationally, AWCWA has partnered with workforce Agencies in construction and professional service industries. We will travel to every corner of the globe to help employers employ in all areas of the construction industry and meet their compliance needs.
Herlema Owens, President & Founder
Association of Women Construction Workers
of America, Inc. and Executive Director,
Building Success with AWCWA Programs
Jamaica, New York 11436-1045
Tel: (888) 434-5303
Fax: (888) 434-5303
90-04 161st St., Suite 201
Jamaica, NY 11432
718-523-7100 x 211
Joseph M. Barry
Career & Technical Education Center
1196 Prospect Ave
Westbury, NY 11590
Tel: (516) 622-6950
Training Program: (516) 622-6865
30 Martense St., Suite LA.
Brooklyn, NY 11226
Training Program: 888-434-5303
Educating For A Better Informed Workforce!
Our Outreach team at Building Success with AWCWA needs your help immediately! Career and technical educational training is in high demand, for disadvantaged and underserved individuals across America. So they can take an upcoming class, PARTNER WITH US.
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For 9 years, Association of Women Construction Workers of America, Inc. (AWCWA) has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for the advancement of women in construction, partnered with other educational institutions to build programs to educate for a better informed workforce and with workforce agencies in the construction and professional service industries to providing under-served members of our global communities opportunities. Find out how you can contribute to the future of someone in need through donations of money and time.
NOMINATIONS ARE CLOSED BUT DON'T FORGET ABOUT MARCH 31, 2017
AWCWA Provides Vision and Goals Realized By Pre-Training:
In January 2011, the association launched its banner program: “Building Success with AWCWA”. This pre construction training program is designed to educate, empower and change the economic structure for women (including; youth, minorities, formerly incarcerated and veterans). PRE-REGISTER TODAY, DON'T DELAY!
90-04 161 STREET, SUITE 201-CAO, JAMAICA NY, 11432