Industry for a Day

Interested in an immersion experience for educators? Join us on Wednesday, May 15 for the fourth annual Industry for a Day, presented by Bank of America! 

WHO: Teachers, counselors and education leaders. Funds are available to help subsidize substitute costs for Multnomah County School Districts on a first-come, first-served basis (districts will
receive a stipend of $200 per participant who requires a sub, until funds are exhausted).

WHAT: A hands-on immersion in manufacturing and construction career pathways at local industry sites. Both breakfast and lunch will be provided. No registration fee.

WHEN: Wednesday, May 15, 2019 from 8:00am to 3:30pm.

WHERE: Morning program including breakfast at Pacific Northwest Carpenters Institute (4222 NE 158th Ave) followed by site visits to two industry sites. These will include construction sites,
manufacturing sites and/or training centers.

Career opportunities in manufacturing and construction are abundant throughout the region — but are we growing the local talent needed to fill these high-skilled, family-wage jobs? Come
gain tools and insights to help students find their career pathways!

“I learned that there is such a need for these jobs and that kids can be paid to learn—the converse of what students generally expect at college!” -Teacher Participant in IFAD 2018

Click here to register before April 30th! For more information, contact Ben Baldizon at 503-234-5404 or at ben@allhandsraised.org.

 


Together, we are helping to raise student awareness about the high-skilled, family wage jobs available in our region in the construction and manufacturing industries. To learn more about our work to strengthen pathways in these careers, click here.

Thank you to our Industry for a Day partners!

 

Check out last year’s event by reviewing the 38 local job sites toured or by viewing the photo album!

Learn more about Bank of America’s investment in this work here.