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Women’s History Month & Women in Construction Week

In March we highlighted on our social channels LatinoBuilt Women in celebration of Womens History Month and Women in Construction Week. We asked one illuminating question to gain insight into what drives them to succeed… Who and what inspires them to do the work they do? Please get to know them and share in celebrating with us their contributions to our community!

New Bilingual Construction Safety Campaign Kicks off

View the Videos on YouTube | VER LOS VIDEOS EN YOUTUBE Media Contact | Contacto con los medios: Leanna Petrone, LatinoBuilt 503-969-7542, leanna@latinoBuilt.org Jason Oliver, Safebuild Alliance 503-910-5255, jason@safebuildalliance.com PORTLAND, OREGON — February 23, 2021  SafeBuild Alliance, and LatinoBuilt partnered to develop Safety Starts Here, a new bilingual campaign for the Portland Metro area market to support safe workplaces in


JOIN OUR TEAM AS TEMPORARY MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR LatinoBuilt is passionate about creating opportunities for Latino contractors and the ideal candidate shares our enthusiasm and drive to make a difference in the Latino construction community. Membership Coordinator will provide administrative services, member communications and support. We are in search of a Spanish bilingual and biliterate, self starter, fast learner, highly motivated, hard working, person who enjoys working with people, and

Workforce Development SCHOLARSHIP Application | Solicitud de beca para el desarrollo de la fuerza laboral de LatinoBuilt

LatinoBuilt is excited to be awarding two (2) $500 Scholarships granted to Oregon High School graduates (or equivalent) for needed technical or academic training in the pursuit of a construction industry career. You may apply for costs associated with equipment, tools, classes, certifications or training that are needed to start a construction career. Applications are due no later than February 28, 2021 at 5 p.m. LatinoBuilt se complace

LatinoBuilt General Membership Meeting | January 20, 2021

We are so grateful to have had Juan Carlos González as our keynote who kicked-off the quarterly meeting. He graciously gave LatinoBuilt kudos for the work we are doing — knowing we have the opportunity to change the lives of people who live here. "We are working towards BuildingWealth across generations and EradicatePoverty." Said Juan Carlos. He knows us very well. We presented LatinoBuilt's 2020 accomplishments and 2021


Join our Team as PROGRAM MANAGER Overview LatinoBuilt is a trade association for Latino Contractors in Oregon. A 501(c)(6) nonprofit whose purpose is to support and empower construction companies. Responsibilities The Program Manager plays an essential role in supporting and empowering Latino-owned construction businesses with training and education. This individual will work directly with the Executive Director, Board of Directors and staff members to develop and manage all aspects of

Constructing the Future | Jan 20, 2021

LatinoBuilt members, Berenice Lopez & Ozzie Gonzalez, will be presenters at the "Constructing the Future" event on January 20, 2021. They will talk about construction careers in general and share their own experience building their careers in the industry. Hosted by Hillsboro Chamber, SAGE and Vision 2030 with supporting partners Join them and register! Download SPANISH flyer   Download ENGLISH Flyer

LatinoBuilt hosts Holiday Toy Drive with Special Appearance by Santa

LatinoBuilt Toy Drive | Juge Donate toys today! — The Latino community was hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic and are experiencing economic hardships more than ever this year. A gift of toys, games, certificates and even money can make a big difference to children and families during this holiday season. We want to help the kids and families in our community enjoy a season with joy and excitement and

General Membership Meeting Oct. 21, 2020

LatinoBuilt's 4th quarter General Membership meeting started with members and participants sharing their biggest challenges to date while working through COVID. This icebreaker was super engaging and an excellent way to empathize and connect - to know we are in this together. We were fortunate to hear from Carmen Rubio, our newest Latin Representative in Government. She presented her story and journey to the Portland City Commissioner's

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