Women's Education des femmes, Winter 1988 - Vol. 6, No. 1
Authors: Joan McFarland
Collection: Research Materials
CCLOW's New Brunswick network completed its first re-entry project in May of 1983. To be eligible at the time, a woman had to have been out of the labor force for at least three years. The successful program ran for 20 weeks, cost $75,000 and combined classes with on-the-job training. Fifteen women were trained in non-traditional jobs: security, loss-prevention, plant nursery and printing. This article presents five views of the project from some of the women involved.