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NAWIC Conference/Asheville chapter

  • 1.  NAWIC Conference/Asheville chapter

    Posted 04-16-2021 09:36 PM
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    (If you are in North Carolina, or do business there, please read to the end.)

    National Association of Women in Construction
    Annual Conference
    www.nawic.org/nawic/Annual_Conference.asp

    August 11-14, 2021 Charlotte, NC

    The conference will be in-person with a virtual component. Sessions focus on personal development, industry education, and professional development as well as sessions focused on NAWIC. Gain new insights and perspectives from numerous speakers, expand your network, and find new ways to strengthen and amplify your career. Diverse topics promise something for every woman in every facet of our industry.

    You won't want to miss this vast array of educational opportunities to CONNECT, COLLABORATE and CONSTRUCT the best course of action for our association and industry. [All women involved in the construction industry in any way, from the head of an A&E firm to your carpet rep to the office manager at your historic hardware supplier, are eligible for membership in NAWIC or to attend their events.]

    And for those of you in the Western North Carolina area or with projects in that section of the state, please let your construction team partners and suppliers know about the upcoming Asheville NAWIC virtual information session for women that might be interesting in joining NAWIC.

    On Tuesday, April 27th at 12:00pm they are hosting a NAWIC virtual information session for women who would like to play a role in re-energizing the chapter so they can continue to offer their members with education, support and networking to help advance their careers in construction, build their technical skills and become leaders. This includes leadership opportunities to be an officer or director that is needed to operate the chapter. Questions? Contact NAWICasheville154@gmail.com.

    (If you can't see the attached flyer)
    Meeting information (no registration)
     
    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81626807395?pwd=a2x6OXpscDJmNVp2Wm5hOTZmeHZ5UT09
    Meeting ID: 81626807395
    Password: 589523
    or via phone 1.929.205.6099

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    Historical Consultant
    HISTORY PRESERVATION INC.
    Richmond, VA
    www.historicalmatters.net
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