Tradeswomen Experience Survey by She Contractor Network
Its time to put tradeswomen at the head of the class. #weareshe
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Email *
First Name *
Last Name *
Phone Number
Are you a tradeswoman? *
What is your field or specialty? *
How would you describe your level of experience? *
Are you a General Contractor? *
Do you aspire to be a General Contractor or Developer? *
How would you describe your experience thus far as a tradeswoman? (select all that apply)
For the next several questions, please share the degree with which you agree or disagree with each the sentiment.

Employment opportunities for women laborers and apprentices are plentiful. 
I have sufficient alternatives to the reality of the no work no pay culture in construction.  *
It is easy to find uniforms and work gear for women and in my size and fit. *
Apparel for work is affordable and I can find the options I need in convenient locations. *
She-ignorant signs like "Men at work" don't bother me. *
Currently, I am exposed to mentorship and support that enables me to see how larger projects are scoped and developed. *
I understand when to use an architect and when to use an engineer. *
I have the following proficiencies: (select all that apply) *
Describe your proficiency in building and construction codes. *
I am licensed in my field or specialty. *
I am certified in my field or specialty. *
I have the resources and network at my disposal to grow my knowledge base about the phases of construction. *
Are you a member of a labor union? *
I think the pick system chooses tradeswomen to work a project at a comparable rate as to men.  *
I am a member of a women in construction network. *
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