Ventura County’s Camp NAWIC is a five day, hands on construction basics learning course for high school girls. The curriculum taught includes, but is not limited to, electrical, welding, plumbing, carpentry, painting, heavy equipment operation, hand tool basics and construction safety to name a few disciplines.
The camp teaches responsibility, self esteem, team work and team building as well as promotes empowerment for young women to problem solve in a male dominated industry/profession.
These young women may not have an interest in construction before they begin the camp but will have learned many personal skills that can be used throughout their lives no matter what profession they ultimately chose.
- 49 year county resident, raised in Ventura, lives in Camarillo
- Vice President of Arbee Inc, the corporate holding company for Fence Factory and C&W Construction Specialties, a family owned and operated business
- MBA from California Lutheran University in Business Administration; Organizational Behavior
- First female president of the Ventura County Contractor’s Association
- Technical Advisory committee member for Green Build Construction program at Center for Employment Training in Oxnard
- 25 year member of National Association of Women in Construction, current board member
- Construction and life skill education of “the next generation” have been a long time passion; organizing and chairing scholarships for career & technical programs, computer aided design and drafting (CADD) competitions for high schools, Lego building competitions for K-6 and a high school girls construction camp
- Spare time is spent with; family wine tasting and bonding, friends playing Mexican Train, traveling with a big fluffy Malamute named Skye and riding a beautiful sparkling blue touring motorcycle.
If you are interested in attending this meeting please call Cindy Daly at 805-701-0882 to RSVP by Monday, January 25.
The cost is $15.