Jo Sterling is an excellent example of a woman not afraid to start a new career after having children. At 30 years old, she is nearly three years into her building apprenticeship, and although there are challenges, she encourages other women to give it a go!
It was a difficult decision but the judges have made the call, our 2019 Mitre 10 Trade Keynote Award winner is Flora Rivers.
We are pleased to announce the finalists of this year’s Mitre 10 Trade Keynote Award.
Secretary of our National Committee, Tamara Croft, is a finalist in this years Governance NZ, Women in Governance Awards in the Not-for-Profit category.
Our friends at Johnstone Construction are finalists in the NZ Women in Governance awards. They are up for Gender Diverse Organisation of the Year.
Apply now for our 2019 Keynote Award. The Award provides public presentation and personal story crafting skills to an inspiring tradeswoman.
Applications open Tuesday May 21st and close Wednesday 26th June.
Not sure what trade is right for you?
Got a Trade, Got it Made has a handy tool for tool for working out which trades path could work for you.
Check it out at Get-a-Trade-Tool
Pip Buunk, 2018 Mitre 10 Trade Keynote Award Recipient, shares some highlights from her journey to becoming New Zealand’s only qualifed female driller.
Meet our inaugural Keynote Award recipient, Pip Buunk, and find out more about her inspiring journey as New Zealand’s only registered female driller.
Think tradespeople don’t earn much? Or that size gets in the way of getting the job done? Think again! Tradeswomen share thoughts & advice about life on the tools…