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RISE Resource Fair – August 14, 2017

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With over 8 different providers there, the recent RISE Resource Fair was a success. Partners included WorkSource, DSHS Employment Pipeline, Goodwill, Career Path Services, the YWCA, Community Colleges of Spokane, UNIFY Community Health, and Lutheran Community Services.  Our practitioners spent … Continue reading

Benton Franklin Workforce Consortium Announces Contract Award

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The Benton Franklin Workforce Development Council yesterday announced the award of a contract to the BFWFC for their One Stop Operator (OSO).  This Consortium is made up of the Washington State Employment Security Department and the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, … Continue reading

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New Office Location in South King County

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Career Path Services has moved office locations in South King County! The new space will provide plenty of room to host clients, hold meetings, and provide a home base for our very mobile South King County team. If you’d like … Continue reading

Ring the Bell – August 2017

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Brooke Zielinski has received a genuine Gold Star from our State Monitors in the 2016 Program Year! They raved about her understanding of ETO and her consistency with training staff when procedures were updated. They were ecstatic with the state … Continue reading

Ring the Bell – July 2017

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Pharin Kong has been an Employment Practitioner in the Commerce Division for nearly 10 years. For those of us in King County, he is known as the King of White Center due to the strong ties he has in the … Continue reading

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What’s new in Benton and Franklin counties?

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Our teams in the Tri-Cities have been busy facilitating workshops, intakes, presenting at program orientations, and meeting with walk-in customers. We share below some of their success stories: Dislocated Worker’s Program Kathleen was co-enrolled in the NDWG and DW programs … Continue reading

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