A new generation of women in the trades are being trained in Anchorage | Alaska Insight

When you picture a carpenter, a man likely comes to mind. But women are increasingly attracted to the field’s high wages and the opportunity to work with their hands.

Alaska Public Media’s Zakiya McCummings visited one local training facility to see what it takes to become a carpenter.


Training the next generation of women in the trades 

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