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What does WANTO stand for?

WANTO stands for Women in Apprenticeships and Non Traditional Occupations


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Receive hands-on skills training and job placement assistance through Goodwill's Programs to assist women find apprenticeships in non-traditional occupations. Learn about the free training benefits, advancement opportunities, and higher wages during a Skills Training information session. We offer both pre-apprenticeship and apprenticeship opportunities.
The Women in Apprenticeship and Non-Traditional Occupations Act (WANTO) is the only federal program that specifically aims to help women enter apprenticeships in nontraditional fields, including construction, distributing about $1 million in annual grants to community-based organizations across the country that support that goal. Or rather, WANTO used to do that. The DOL’s 2015 and 2016 budget proposals don’t include any money for the act.