Women in the Trades program helps women see options
At 35 years old, Myla Odom of Anchorage was at a career crossroads. After years of administrative work, she wanted to explore options for more hands-on physical work.
It's a similar story for Caren Moss, 40, who also made the transition from office work to trade skills.
"Construction was something I knew I wanted to try, something I knew I would enjoy instead of something just to pay the bills," Odom said.