WREI UPDATE Issue 1
Please join us in saluting the 20th class of WREI Fellows on March 28th from 5:30–7:30 p.m. in the Rayburn House Office Building, Room B-338. Tickets are $35 and are partly tax-deductible. Contact WREI at 202.628.0444 to join us for a lively evening of good food, great company, and scarce speeches.
WREI will host an on-line sale of original antique prints from April 1–14. The sale will feature more than 40 prints from Harper’s Weekly, PUCK, and Ladies Home Journal by such artists as Charles Dana Gibson. These unique and colorful prints depict women’s pursuit for equality, early party politics, scenic Washington, D.C., and botanical vistas. Prices range from $120–$300 and come complete with acid-free, archival-quality matting cut to standard frame size. Mark your calendar for April 1st to visit WREI’s Virtual Art Gallery and support WREI with every historic purchase. Twenty-five percent of your total purchase will go directly to WREI and is tax-deductible as a contribution.
The 2001 Congressional Fellowships on Women and Public Policy
Come to Washington in January 2001 for eight months of hands-on legislative training. Applications are now available to the only Capitol Hill fellowship designed for, by, and about women!
Save The Date!
WREI’s 5th biennial conference Women in Uniform will be held 30 November–1 December 2000 at the WIMSA Memorial in Arlington, Virgina. More details to come.
Building Trades Instructor and Landscaping Instructor Positions Available
The Home Builders Institute seeks two (2) full-time instructors to teach the fundamentals of either building and apartment maintenance or landscaping to youth at a construction-skills training program in Avon Park and Miami, Florida. Visit our site for more information.
WREI’s New Web Store
We are pleased to offer an easy, electronic option for ordering our publications. Visit WREI’s new online store and shop until you drop.
Did you know . . .
Last year, there were only 17,000 women carpenters—no more than in 1984. On the other hand, the number of women physicians more than doubled (from 83,000 to 176,000) between 1984 and 1999.