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Spokane Workforce Council Announces Grant Awards to Support Black, Indigenous, and Latine Small Businesses in Spokane County!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Spokane Workforce Council Announces Grant Awards to Support Black, Indigenous, and Latine Small Businesses in Spokane County! Spokane Workforce Council140 S Arthur St., Suite 300ASpokane, WA 99202 Spokane, WA – July 10, 2024 – Spokane Workforce Council is thrilled to announce $174,520 in grant awards through our Business Investment Grant Opportunity to …

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Spokane Workforce Council Introduces New Grant Program to Support Black, Indigenous, and Latine Communities!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Spokane Workforce Council Introduces New Grant Program to Support Black, Indigenous, and Latine Communities! Spokane Workforce Council140 S Arthur St., Suite 300ASpokane, WA 99202 Contact: DeeJay Harris, Communications Managerdharris@spokaneworkforce.org | 509.960.6268 Spokane, WA – May 20, 2024 – Spokane Workforce Council is pleased to announce the launch of the Accelerating Community Connections grant …

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Spokane Workforce Council Introduces Business Investment Grants to Support Underserved Small Businesses

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Spokane Workforce Council Introduces Grants to Support Underserved Small Businesses Spokane Workforce Council140 S Arthur St., Suite 300ASpokane, WA 99202 Contact: Bianka DeSure, Program Coordinatorbdesure@spokaneworkforce.org | 509.960.6254 Spokane, WA – April 11, 2024 – Spokane Workforce Council is thrilled to announce the launch of the Business Investment Grants (B.I.G.) opportunity, a funding …

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Spokane Workforce Council Secures Over $4.8 Million in Grants to Break Down Barriers and Connect More Residents to Quality Jobs

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Spokane Workforce Council Secures Over $4.8 Million in Grants to Break Down Barriers and Connect More Residents to Quality Jobs Spokane Workforce Council140 S Arthur St., Suite 300ASpokane, WA 99202 Contact: Jessica Clayton, Division Executive of Programs & Developmentjclayton@spokaneworkforce.org | 509.960.6262 Spokane, WA – November 9, 2023 – Spokane Workforce Council is pleased …

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SWC Receives $2M in Childcare Funding to Support Under-Served Families

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The Board of County Commissioners of Spokane County unanimously voted to provide SWC and its partners with American Rescue Plan Act funding. Spokane Workforce Council140 S Arthur St., Suite 300ASpokane, WA 99202 Contact: Victor Rapez-Betty, Communications Managervrapezb@spokaneworkforce.org | 808-429-6959 Spokane, WA – The Board of County Commissioners of Spokane County, Washington, voted …

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SWC Anticipates $1.5M in Childcare Funding to Support Under-Served Families

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: We’re committed to providing lower-income families with the childcare they need to focus on achieving their career goals. Spokane Workforce Council140 S Arthur St., Suite 300ASpokane, WA 99202 Contact: Victor Rapez-Betty, Communications Managervrapezb@spokaneworkforce.org | 808-429-6959 Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on email Spokane, WA – The Spokane …

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