Posted by: Diana Denza
on Dec 10, 2012
When Elaine Hamel started Girls at Work out of a pickup truck back in 2000, she initially feared that there wouldn’t be enough interest in her girls-only woodshop classes. Fast forward 12 years and the New Hampshire-based nonprofit has given nearly 6,000 girls across New England the opportunity to try their hands at woodworking.
“As a builder I never met women in the field,” Hamel told us. “But we recently held ... Read More