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HEY, LADY BO$$ES! WA Women in Trades is back!

Who run the world? GIRLS. 

Ladies! The career fair is coming to town and the focus is on you! The guys are welcome too! We’re all about equal opportunity.? The Washington Women in Trades brings it back again for their 39th Annual Career Fair, creating a space where all the girl bo$$es (that’s you, ladies!) come together to teach, learn, recruit, apply for jobs, and maybe even get hired on the spot! There’s going to be a plethora of exhibitors representing:


?? Apprenticeship programs

?? Vocational training & corporations

?? Government agencies

?? Colleges


We don’t like to drop names but teams from King County, Boeing, Seattle Fire Department, yours truly (SDOT) will be there waiting to get to know you! Don’t miss out, get this on your calendars!


Spread the word & join us!

Washingon Women in Trades 39th Annual Career Fair

Friday, May 11, 2018 | 9 AM – 2 PM

Fisher Pavilion, Seattle Center



Ladies, we want to meet you!

Race and gender equality are priorities for us. We’re committed to diverse hiring and attracting, recruiting, and retaining women and minority engineers and technical professionals. We’re joining the career fair again with expert women-leaders in our transportation sphere where they’ll share their educational and trade journey, lessons learned along the way and wisdom from their past and present experience. This will be a fantastic opportunity to talk with the girl bo$$es of transportation that are moving Seattle!


? 10 AM – NOON

Darby Watson | Project Development Division Director

Lorelei Williams | Capital Projects Roadway Structures Director


? NOON – 2 PM

Sonia Palma, Customer Service, Dispatch & Incident Response Manager

Manal Omar Al-ansi | Race & Social Justice Initiative Strategic Advisor

Marilyn Scott | Supervisor


SDOT Careers | Join our team!

Check out our SDOT careers page and apply today!

We’re looking to create a diverse team of hardworking, committed individuals with a passion for public service and who are deeply aligned with our City’s values of Race and Social Justice. The City of Seattle is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants are considered for positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, gender identity, political ideology, or any other basis prohibited by federal, state, and local laws.



See you there!