‘Trading’ stories, advice from hands-on women

Lane Community College Advanced Technology and Apprenticeship last week hosted its first “Women in Trades'' with a panelist of business leaders, providing a networking opportunity for young women seeking to work in trades.  About 100 people attended with 19 different companies and eight different LCC programs. 

The Q&A was moderated by Eila Sontag, academic advisor for LCC and previous employee of Fabtrol, a steel fabrication management software company and organized by Wendy Milbrat, Project Coordinator for LCCATA.

PHOTO PROVIDED / LCCLCC student Lucia Flores maintains a vehicle through LCC's Automotive . . .