WIC Week™, or Women in Construction Week™, celebrates and promotes the role of women in the construction industry. NAWIC held the first WIC Week in 1998 and it has grown and expanded each year since. Many of our local chapters hold WIC Week events, which can include making presentations to high school classes, job site tours, luncheons and virtual events.
This year's theme, 'Keys to the Future', celebrates the strength and knowledge of women and the vital role they play in shaping the future of the construction industry.
Construction firms of all sizes and types are encouraged to participate in WIC Week and show their support for their women employees. They can also find events to participate near them on our event calendar.
Join our speakers Marjorie DelToro, NAWIC OSHA Alliance Chair, and Amy Roosa, the founder of The Safety Rack to talk workplace safety and gain knowledge about how you can not only be aware of what workwear is available, but also how you can become a resource for other women in the industry.
Our WIC Week sponsors make it possible for NAWIC to give back to the industry and our chapters. Because of these contributions, chapters are able to raise awareness and give back through community involvement, Block Kids events, mentoring programs, and more.