For Immediate Release Contact: Mark Mattke, CEO, firstname.lastname@example.org, 509-960-6263 Date: 6/27/19 Spokane Workforce Council awarded $1.7 million for poverty reduction
New Talent Solutions Center
The Spokane Workforce Council is opening a talent solutions center on the WorkSource campus in early 2019. This will be the first WorkSource site dedicated solely to business services in the state of Washington.
In-Demand Skills Training
Our traditional training strategy invested funds through the use of Individual Training Accounts (ITAs) to cover the costs of training...
WorkSource System Conference
The Spokane Workforce Council offers this annual conference to bring together system partners for a full day of networking and professional development...
With the passage of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014 (WIOA), we were afforded more freedom to organize and design WorkSource Spokane than ever before.
Spokane Resource Center
The SWC has partnered with the City and many local social services agencies to create a one-stop resource center for area residents, located upstairs in the current WorkSource building.
Career Explore Northwest
The SWC has partnered with KSPS to provide the data for their Career Explore Northwest initiative, a project that aims to help high school students in the region research potential careers in in-demand industries and plan for their future.
Career Quest allows users to customize their job search based on individual needs and provides one place where they can organize all their information, from planning to job log trackers to résumés.
Skilled Trades Academy
As Part of Career Connect WA, the Skilled Trades Academy will give 30 participants the chance to immerse themselves in the exciting world of skilled trades. High school credit and a weekly stipend will be extended to participants.