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My Voice – Part 2

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This is the second part of a story we published on October 24th, 2018. You can find the first part of the story at https://www.careerpathservices.org/news/my-voice-part-1/ In addition to my job placement and Zach’s classes, I was searching for full-time employment. I … Continue reading

My Voice – Part 1

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In August of 2018, I had hit a low. I was homeless and fleeing a domestic violence situation. I hadn’t worked in three years, and I had little hope. I made connections with the YWCA and Catholic Charities to help … Continue reading

Workforce Development Month: Individual Success

Dan came to our program for assistance in securing full-time employment. During his time in the program, we placed Dan at a temporary work site through a partnership with Habitat for Humanity. He updated his work skills in their warehouse … Continue reading

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What’s new with our Pierce County Commerce Team?

Our Pierce County Commerce Team was busy in August!  Here are a few of the highlights from their newsletter: The Next Steps Initiatives PY17 Grant Project produced some great results: (1) In the Puyallup CSO, Career Path offered a three session course, … Continue reading

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Career Path Services named to 2018 Best Places to Work Inland Northwest

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Career Path Services was recently named as one of the Best Places to Work Inland Northwest. The third annual list of the Best Places to Work Inland Northwest was created by the Journal of Business and Best Companies Group. This … Continue reading

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BankWork$® Partners with Career Path Services to continue Financial Services Career Training Program in Pierce County.

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A free, eight-week training program for low-income adults provides a pathway to financial services industry careers and helps local banks find the talent they need. BankWork$ is a free, eight-week financial services job training program that operates in partnership with … Continue reading

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Go Ask Someone Something

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Ready for the 12th installment of the Dignity of Work podcast? You can download it right here! In this episode, Career Path Services CEO George Iranon discusses the challenge of how to expand social impact from individuals to the community … Continue reading

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Healthcare Occupation Job Fair

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Get ready to attend the Healthcare Occupation Job Fair on August 8th, 2018, at WorkSource Columbia Basin in Kennewick, Washington. The even runs from 10 am to 12 pm, and will feature multiple hiring companies looking for NARs, NACs, RNs, … Continue reading

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Success Story: There’s a New Food Truck in Town

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One of our Benton Franklin customers recently opened a new food truck. Practitioners Stacey, Jamilet, and Lindsay from our Kennewick offices attended his soft opening! We are very proud of him and all that he has accomplished. He’ll be at … Continue reading

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Episode 9: Success from the Inside Out

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Episode 9 of the Dignity of Work podcast features a conversation with Dennis Palumbo,  psychotherapist, author and former Hollywood screenwriter. Discover the importance of knowing your strengths and weaknesses and conveying your story in a compelling way. Dennis also shares … Continue reading

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