WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION WEEK
We invite you to join us in celebrating WIC Week 2019. For more information on any of our events, contact Claire Andreesen, email@example.com. All of our events are open to both men and women.
The focus of Women in Construction (WIC) Week is to highlight women as a visible component of the construction industry. WIC Week also provides an occasion for NAWIC’s thousands of members across the country to raise awareness of the opportunities available for women in the construction industry and to emphasize the growing role of women in the industry.It is also a time for local chapters to give back to their communities.
To enhance the success of women in the construction industry. The association that empowers women to influence the direction of the construction industry.
Belief in ourselves as women
We dare to move into new horizons
Welcome to the National Association of Women In Construction Greater Omaha Chapter 116 website. NAWIC is an organization of women that are employed in the construction industry.
The Chapter meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month at varied locations in the Omaha, Nebraska area.
We welcome visitors to join us. Click on Events for current information about our upcoming meeting location, topics and times.
If you are interested in learning more about becoming a member or receiving the chapter newsletter you can contact our Membership Chair, through the link on the About Us page.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION
Greater Omaha Chapter No. 116
Thank you to all our sponsors, volunteers and future builders for making our 2019 Block Kids Competition a success!
Click Here for photos from the event!
NAWIC is getting behind the upcoming film, Hard Hatted Woman, at the national level. The Greater Omaha Chapter has contributed to the campaign and are working to have the film screened here in Omaha upon it's release.
You can learn about our partnership HERE.
Our Chapter is also committed to recognizing and supporting all of our very own Hard Hatted Women right here in Omaha. If you are a woman in the field, we want to hear from you!