Special Populations Collaborative

Effective Practices for Nontraditional Students

National Resource: Jobs, Gender and Poverty: What Every Girl Should Know

This brief brochure lists wage comparisons for traditional and nontraditional female jobs. It points out that there can be as much as a $20,000 annual difference. It encourages girls to graduate from high school, get postsecondary training and consider nontraditional jobs, particularly those in the trades.

To download a copy of the brochure go to http://www.ricw.ri.gov/misc/2ndGNTThandout.pdf