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Advocacy

We join in partnership with allies from across the country and in our state, to support local, state, and federal policies, and industry practices, that promote greater diversity and inclusion in the construction workforce.

We push for enforcement of equal opportunity employment laws and workforce compliance with the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, Federal Highway Administration, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and other federal, state, and local government agencies.

We provide technical assistance to state and local agencies and industry stakeholders, on best practices for achieving compliance with state and local workforce participation goals for women and people of color, and work with employers, unions, and community groups to reform industry practices that have historically created barriers to entry into the construction industry by women and people of color.

Through our participation with the Policy Group on Tradeswomen’s Issues in Massachusetts and the National Task Force on Tradeswomen Issues, we work specifically to recruit, retain, and help women succeed in these careers.

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Thanks for reaching out. Unfortunately, you are not eligible for the Building Pathways Pre-Apprenticeship Program, as we can only accept residents of Middlesex, Norfolk, and Suffolk counties. Check out our sister organizations across Massachusetts:

Building Pathways, Worcester-Fitchburg
Kelsey Lamoureux, Program Director of the Worcester Jobs Fund Central MA Workforce Investment Board
340 Main St., Suite 400
Worcester, MA 01608
Tel: (508) 373-7641
Email: Lamoureuxk@worcesterma.gov

Building Pathways South (serving Bristol and Plymouth counties)
Yvonne Tobey
Project Coordinator
Tel: (774) 238-1165
Email: buildingpathways.south@gmail.com

Community Works (serving Western MA)
Jeff Napolitano
Program Director
Tel: (413) 545-1472
Email: jjnapolitano@umass.edu
https://www.facebook.com/umasscommunityworks/