Danielle encourages other women to consider plumbing or other trades apprenticeships
22 Nov 2022
Danielle loves her career as a plumber and enthusiastically encourages other women to consider the trade as well.
“If you are mechanically inclined or enjoy working with your hands or know a desk job or retail is not for you, give it a try. It might be your new passion!” said Danielle.
Danielle started a union apprenticeship program to become a plumber when she was 22, after working odd jobs and realizing a traditional college experience was not for her. Five years later she graduated the apprenticeship program and became a licensed journeyworker plumber.
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