Single Mother of Seven Goes From Homeless to Carpenter After losing it all, Alicia Jimenez has rebuilt her life from the ground up and makes a living in an industry where women are often invisible. Click the photo for the full story.
SoCal Single Mother of 7 Goes From Being Homeless to Being Carpenter Apprentice A local single mother of seven went from being homeless to wearing a hard hat after she completed a carpenter's apprentice program that helps bridge people out of hardship. Click the photo for the full story.
Building a New Path: Construction Company Hire Homeless Veterans The Carpenters Union has a program that hires homeless veterans for construction projects to get them off the streets and into steady jobs. Click the photo for the full story.
Local Carpenters Go 'From Homeless to Hardhats' Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters helps locals transition "from homeless to hardhats" with their Brother's Keeper and Sisters in Solidarity committees. Click the photo for the full story.
Carpentry Helps Lift SoCal Woman Out of Homelessness Brothers' Keeper program helped SoCal woman join union and lift herself out of Homelessness Click the photo for the full story.