There are many Websites which contain information of importance to Women in the Trades. A few of them are listed below.
Sisters in the Building Trades
A Washington state based organization, Sisters promotes women in the trades through recruitment and education, and provides programs and resources for its members.
Washington Women in Trades
Provides information about apprenticeships, the organization’s Trades Fair, job boards and more.
Renton Technical College Apprenticeship Programs
Women in Construction: An Article From the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, 1999
Around the Country
Tradeswomen Now and Tomorrow (TNT) A national tradeswomen organization that supports and builds tradeswomen organizations across the country.
Resources for Women in Construction, the Building Trades and Other Nontraditional Occupations Provides information, education, peer support, job opportunities, relevant links and more.
U.S. Department of Labor Women’s Bureau
Provides resources for and information about women in the workforce.
National Association for Women in Construction
Wider Opportunities for Women (WOW)
Alaska Women's Network
20 Leading Occupations for Women in 2007
A Woman's Place is in the ...Building Industry
An article about statistics regarding women in the building industry.
Chicago Women in Trades
Institute for Women In Trades, Technology, and Science
IWITTS is dedicated to integrating women into nontraditional careers by providing training and technical assistance and publications to the educational system and employers.
Lillian A. Baumbach
Biography and articles about the First Woman Master Plumber.
National Women's History Project
A non-profit corporation self-supporting through funds raised from the sale of materials, consulting services, and donations from our national constituency.
Resources for Women in Construction, the Building Trades, and other Non-traditional Occupations
Tradeswomen Now and Tomorrow
Women Work - The National Network for Women's Employment
The online home for women technicians to connect with each other. Read "Her Stories" about female role models in a wide range of tech occupations, these fabulous diverse women are from across the US and are all ages and races. Whether you are a Network Engineer, a Mechanic or a Sound Tech or a female student in a tech major, you'll want to visit WomenTechWorld.Org where you're not alone anymore.
Canadian Construction Women
A site dedicated to the needs and interests of women working in construction related fields.