Who says that the tools are not for girls?
We want women and girls to come forward and shatter the stereotypes against them and show the world what they are truly capable of doing. Tools & Tiaras, wholeheartedly believe that girls can do every and anything and we aim to help girls learn trade skills by exposing, inspiring, and mentoring them to excel in these areas. We want to empower girls to be trailblazers.
Scientists, Sheet Metal Worker, Engineers, Masons, Ironworkers, and Welders.
People must accept the fact that jobs don't have genders. For all those girls who have a keen interest in any of areas of construction, we can help them learn the techniques and skills required. This experience will help them excel in these fields and other areas of their lives. The moxie and grit gained from working with tools will serve them for a lifetime in any career path. We combine learning with fun and skilled activities in plumbing, carpentry, electrical, and so much more. Girls will also learn the amazing history and importance of the trades, and the role they play in shaping the societies we inhabit.
If you observe that your daughter or sister has an interest in construction and building, Tools & Tiaras Inc. can help her have an upper hand in these fields. Our techniques and skills are fun to learn and will help her decide whether she wants to pursue a career in the construction industry or not. Selfishly we want her to choose the trades. We offer these programs to young girls, so they have an option at the other four-year degree, "apprenticeship." She has time to explore her life options and reach a decision. Let her have fun while navigating her path. Are you with us?
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"WE CAN DO IT!"
Our latest episode of
With excitement, let me introduce to you
Tough as Nails!
Life has thrown many obstacles her way but she never believe in letting it rule her future.
Tara was born and raised in Elk Plain Washington.
Tara worked as an orthodontic technician for over 10 years until her husband Huge Craig a structural Ironworker encouraged her to become an Ironworker.
Tara believes in taking life one sunbeam at a time and lives by the creed that her grandmother taught her that she was always going to be part of a statistic but be part of the statistic that succeed.
2020 Virtual Summer Camp
Virtual Summer Camp
“ Thank you for having this camp. It was fun and a good way to introduce girls to the trades.
I hope you have this camp for many more girls.
Thank you for everything."