NEED A GRANT, LOAN OR SCHOLARSHIP TO GET INTO TRADES?
Check out this fantastic article by the Journal of Commerce. It is packed with resources for funding. Everything from the new Canada Apprenticeship Loan that can provide individuals registered in a Red Seal program with $4,000 in interest-free funds to up to $16,400 in non-repayable grants for studying in-demand trades such as heavy duty mechanic, carpentry, sheet metal, gas fitting, heavy equipment operation, iron work, and industrial mechanics.
I have met women working in ALL the trades named above in the the last month alone. GO FOR IT GIRLS, YOU CAN DO IT.
This picture was taking three months after I completed my class 1 driver training course a decade ago. It was a tough way to start; snow plowing the Gold River Highway when it was snowing so hard sometimes I coudn't tell where the middle of the road was, but I was instantly making $25 an hour. If I can do it, so can you!