Introducing Next Generation Zone, Spokane
WorkSource, and Resource Center of Spokane

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Who are we?
Next Generation Zone, WorkSource, and Resource Center of Spokane County
What do we do?

Next Gen Zone: We work with partner agencies to deliver education, employment, and training services to youth ages 16-24. We have 2 CPS staff working at Next Gen, including Jennifer Rodriguez and Susie Villaro.

WorkSource: We work within a fully integrated service delivery model and partner with Washington State
Employment Security Department, Department of Labor and Industries, Department of Vocational Rehabilitation, Goodwill, Spokane Community Colleges, and L&I. We provide a variety of employment and training services through WIOA and other grants, including, WorkFirst, BFET, PREP, and Trade Act, to name a few. We also focus on employer services through our Talent Solutions Team. We have 14 CPS staff
working at WorkSource. AJ Soto, Alexandria Goolie, Amizagai Ubario, Beckie Sommerville, Edward Brakes, Josh Monroe, Kathy Matthies, Lori Veitenheimer, Mary Hubler, Peggy Jerome, Robin Knott, Sarah Flambouras, Sondra Barrington, and Tony Parks.

Resource Center of Spokane County: Our Mission is to replace challenges with hope through integrated community resources. We provide human services in the following areas: Health and Wellness, Basic Needs and Benefits, Justice and Reentry, Pre-employment, and Housing. Our onsite partners at the RCSC include Career Path Services, Pioneer Human Services, Spokane Neighborhood Action Partners, CHAS
Health Clinics, Revive Reentry, Partners with Families and Children, and Spokane Housing Authority. We have 6 CPS Staff working at the RCSC, including Anthony Singleton, Jen Morris, Kathy Hammonds, Kimbrelle Floyd, Ronna Pierce, and Tana Yoder.

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