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Video: Upcoming Access Job Fair

Krem 2 has joined us in supporting this year’s Access Job Fair, a hiring event held each October in celebration of National Disability Employment Awareness Month. Kevin Williams, WorkSource Spokane Operator, sat down for their Live Well Spokane segment to talk about the event. Watch the video here, and learn more about the event here.

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WorkSource Spokane highlighted in DHHS Brief

A series of case studies commissioned by the federal Department of Health & Human Services, Office of Family Assistance highlight the innovative coordination strategies of TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) and WIOA (Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act) programs in serving low-income and vulnerable populations. Spokane was highlighted in the first report of the series, …

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SWC awarded $1.7 million for poverty reduction pilot project

For Immediate Release Contact: Mark Mattke, CEO, mmattke@spokaneworkforce.org, 509-960-6263 Date: 6/27/19 Spokane Workforce Council awarded $1.7 million for poverty reduction pilot project at Spokane Resource Center SPOKANE, WA: The Spokane Workforce Council (SWC) has been awarded $1.7 million as part of Governor Jay Inslee’s Economic Security for All (EcSA) initiative. EcSA grants, awarded from the …

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SWC Participating in National Workforce Training, Business Recruitment Initiative

Spokane has been chosen as one of five test sites for a national workforce training and business recruitment initiative. Greater Spokane Incorporated is leading the local initiative, and will be bringing many local partners together to strategically plan the initiative. Spokane Workforce Council is happy to lend our expertise around training and recruitment to the …

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The Dignity of Work Podcast

Program and Development Director Jessica Clayton shared about Spokane’s youth one-stop center, the Next Generation Zone, for an episode of The Dignity of Work Podcast. Listen here: http://dignityofwork.libsyn.com/e04-the-next-generation-zone-preparing-tomorrows-workforce

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