equality with MITT students, faculty, and staff
Her message is simple.
Student members of MITT’s Women in Trades and Technology (WITT) group organized the event. In addition to inviting Fortlage to speak, they created buttons with the help of MITT’s Graphic and Print Technician program. Available for a minimum donation of $1, proceeds of the button sales will go to United Way Winnipeg in support of programs benefitting women in the community. As a show of support, all members of MITT’s campus community have also been encouraged to wear purple – the official colour of International Women’s Day.
“Our WITT members took this project on in their own time, outside of their studies,” says Liz Choi, Vice-President of Students and Strategic Partnerships at MITT. “We are so proud of their initiative and this event they have put together for the benefit of our entire campus community.”
When: March 8, 2017, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Where: MITT Deltas, far north side of 130 Henlow Bay campus
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