TrANS (Transportation Alliance for New Solutions) is a cost-effective program that helps to fulfill entry-level laborer positions for construction contractors. It is a collaborative effort combining the strengths of industry and labor, community-based organizations, government and the contractors of Wisconsin.
This public-private model for collaboration successfully prepares Wisconsin’s untapped workforce with the skills needed to contribute to the transportation construction industry as laborers and apprentices. This untapped workforce that TrANS prepares to enter the construction industry involves those who have been underrepresented historically in the industry, including, but not limited to, women and minorities.
A TrANS Class will be held on February 23rd at 8000 Potawatomi Trail in Crandon. The class will be six weeks long, and still has some openings. TrANS helps women, Native Americans, and others begin construction careers with family-supporting wages. Interested in joining the ranks of successful TrANS graduates? Call (715) 478-7633 today. Crandon TrANS Application.
TLAC is hosting a TrANS training program in Bad River. This will be open to all Tribes. More information will be available as soon as the date is set.