Women in Technology and Trades ANNUAL
Career Exploration, Panel Discussion and Luncheon
Top Right (from left):
Ellie Cooper, sales and services representative at Edge Construction Supply
Jamie Bridgham, U of O biology research scientist
Mary Beth Jones, Journeyman Plumber at Peterson Plumbing
Karen Jones, owner/ operator, Double Eagle Design and Construction
Julia O'Reilly, web designer and owner
Jeanie Staton, owner of Staton Companies
The annual Women in Technology and Trades event is held concurrent to High School Connections Hands-On Career Exploration Day in February. Two sessions with women in non-traditional careers are sponsored and facilitated through the Women's Program. The women in non-traditional sessions are open to all students at LCC as well as the high school students.
SESSION ONE: Non-Traditional Careers for Women
SESSION TWO: Panel Discussion with Women in Non-Tradtional Careers. A panel of seven members from technology and trades fields.
Attendees have additional opportunites to ask questions and to visit with the panelists during the lunch served after session two. For more information and to register for this event contact Lisa Bohannan, Women's Program Career and Technical Education Advisor at (541) 463-5722.
See the article in the Torch: Women Embrace Technology
Lisa Bohannan, Event Facilitator and CTE Student Advisor for the LCC Women's Program