Collaborative Women in Construction Supports Girls and Future Women Achieve Greatness in Engineering, Architecture, and Construction!
Woodland Park, NJ (September 16th, 2015) Collaborative Women in Construction will join Girls Scouts of Northern NJ on Saturday, September 19th at 1 Garret Mountain Plaza, Woodland Park NJ at 9:00 am to 5:00 pm for the Over the Edge Event and Family Festival.
Come join Collaborative Women in Construction’s on September 16th and watch Dawn Johnson, Executive Director of Collaborative Women In Construction, rappel down 1 Garret Mountain Plaza, a Nine story building in to raise money for Girl Leadership and Future Women in Construction, Engineering and Architecture!
Dawn is going over the Edge and needs your support! Please help Dawn and Collaborative Women in Construction reach a $1,000 donation goal by giving and then join us for the Over the Edge Festival.
Please donate: http://gsnnj.kintera.org/faf/donorReg/donorPledge.asp?ievent=1139603&lis=1&kntae1139603=1467C3683FA1455083271DA96AD26590&supId=424566319
Bring your families to this incredible festival event and participate in fun activities like rock climbing wall, face painting, obstacle courses, cookie decorating, live entertainment, and food trucks*. Enjoy the day and cheer the Edgers on as they rappel down the side of the building!
Register to attend Family Festival:
To learn more about Collaborative Women in Construction please visit www.collaborativewomeninconstruction.org
We look forward to collaborating with you on September 16th!
Dawn Johnson, Executive Director
About The Girls Scout of Northern NJ
At Girls Scouts, girls are always counting-down to the next adventure they’ll go on together. Maybe it’s an experiment. Maybe it’s getting outside. Maybe it’s helping the community. With us girls make a bunch of new friends and have a ton on new experiences that show them how exciting the world is over and over again. Girls Scouts of Northern New Jersey serves more than 30,000 girls in Bergen, Morris, Passaic, Sussex and northern Warren Counties. We build girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place. How? Girl Scouts helps girls fill their toolboxes, trains and retains volunteers who nurture, inspire, and empower girls through program activities, adventures near and far, and a global sisterhood which sets girls up for best success to better our world. Find out more at www.gsnnj.org ! See more at http://gsnnj.kintera.org/faf/help/helpAboutOrg.asp?ievent=1139603&lis=1&kntae1139603=B140878B6DD64684A1444B1F5DB749FA#sthash.UJjzod0g.dpuf
About Collaborative Women in Construction:
Collaborative Women in Construction assists Women in the Construction industry by utilizing the strategy of collaboration to grow their careers, businesses, and clients. Collaboration opens doors to new projects, customers, colleagues, and expertise in the field of construction, allowing members to expand their strategic partnerships and diversifying their services to their customers. Membership is open to all business professionals, men and women in the construction industry. Business professionals outside the construction industry are welcome to join Collaborative Women in Construction as supporters of Women professionals in the construction industry. Our members include Contractors, Subcontractors, Engineers, Architects, Environmental Consultants, Developers, Real Estate Investors, Property Management, Real Estate Brokers, and commercial business professionals specializing in the construction industry including Attorneys, Accountants, Banks, Insurance Companies, Title Agencies, and Mortgage Companies to name a few. The construction industry is a vast market and many businesses participate in the construction, development, maintenance and due diligence of a building. These members include Fire Protection, Life Safety, Signage, Furniture, Electrical & Lighting, Mechanical, Restoration, Remediation and many more.