The local Build a Dream campaign, that encourages young women to think of non-female traditional careers, is expanding.
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A crowd of young women and their parents/guardians enjoyed the Build a Dream’s Career Discovery Expo at Unifor Conference Centre Nov. 19 featuring 35 vendors and 500 attendees.
Build a Dream Windsor held their 6th Annual Build a Dream Career Expo at the Ciociaro Club for young women in grades 9-12 that wanted to learn more about exciting careers available to them.
The sixth annual Build a Dream event, a career discovery expo for young women in Grade 9 to 12, drew hundreds to the Ciociaro Club Thursday.
The two girls each received a Dreamer Award and $500 to use toward their careers Friday at Build a Dream’s second annual Dreamer Day, held on International Day of the Girl.
An organization dedicated to getting women into male-dominated industries launched new resources to help employers diversify on Wednesday.
On October 11, Build a Dream will host the second annual Dreamer Day breakfast from 8am to 10 am at the St. Clair Centre for the Arts.
Ten young women are hoping a 3D printing workshop will help them move toward career paths in the science, technology, engineering and math industries.
Building a dream, Brennan High School student Anna Turner, 16, is shown July 25, 2019, participating in a 3D printing workshop at teh University of Windsor’s Alan Wildeman Centre for the Creative Arts
Build a Dream celebrates each year by releasing a video based on the annual IWD theme; for 2019 the call to action is to build a more gender-balanced world, or #BalanceForBetter.