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Winners of Women in Non-Tradition Careers Awards Announced

Seven CNM students were recently honored for their hard work and dedication to their education and future at the 2019 WIN Awards.
Winners of Women in Non-Tradition Careers Awards Announced
The awards celebrate women who are working or studying in non-traditional fields and is sponsored by the School of Applied Technologies, Women Advancing in Technology and Trades (WATT), and the American Association of Women in Community Colleges (AAWCC).

Apr 11, 2019

The Women in Non-Traditional Career Awards (WIN) are designed to celebrate, acknowledge and validate the successes of our students, instructors and administration working and studying in non-traditional program areas.

“Non-traditional careers” are those that are and have been traditionally dominated by men including automotive technology, electrical trades, carpentry, construction management, welding and truck driving, to name a few.

The goal of the WIN awards is to inspire all women to seek pathways that lead to their success and open the doors of opportunity in all careers. This year, seven CNM students were honored in various categories for their hard work and dedication to their education and future.

 The WINners for the 2019 Awards are:

 Outstanding Students - Christine Grant and Tali Mcguire - Carpentry

The Rosie Award - Isabel Gonzales

Emerging Leader - Andie Warren (Automotive)

Community Outreach and Engagement - Cynthia Abeyta (Surveying)

Non-Traditional Student of the Year - Matiana Baca (Construction Management)

CNM Employee Advocate - Hye Clark (Computer Information Systems)

Learn more about the WIN Awards.