Career Path Services Snohomish Team

In June of 2022, Career Path Services was awarded the Snohomish County WIOA Title I Adult/ Dislocated Worker grants. This is the first time Career Path has served Snohomish County, and we are excited to introduce a brand-new Career Path … Continue reading

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

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Who are we?Next Generation Zone, WorkSource, and Resource Center of Spokane CountyWhat 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 … Continue reading

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WorkSource, and Resource Center of Spokane
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Training Programs & Community Development

Training programs and community development efforts have a bright future at Career Path Services. Over the past couple of years, we have quietly been laying the foundation for a new sector of our organization that could serve all programs, in … Continue reading

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Career Path Services – Benton Franklin Team

Meet the Career Path Services team (Pictures on page 3) in Benton-Franklin! The Career Path Services team in the Tri-Cities has served job seekers and businesses at WorkSource Columbia Basin since 2003 and TC Futures since 2019. For this introduction, … Continue reading

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Career Path Services – Commerce Team

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I can think of a long list of things that get better when you add them together. A peanut butter sandwich; is good. Peanut butter and jelly sandwich; better. Coffee; is so good. Coffee and donuts; are so much better. … Continue reading

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REDI Core-team

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Juneteenth is celebrated by African Americans as African American Independence Day. On June 19, 1865, enslaved black people in Galveston, Texas was finally informed of the Emancipation Proclamation, which was signed into law 2 years prior, giving them their freedom. … Continue reading

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Our Evolutionary Path to Excellence

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The CPS core value of focus for this month’s Compass Chronicle is Excellence. The Oxford dictionary defines Excellence as “the quality of being outstanding or extremely good.” At Career Path Services, we aspire for Excellence as an attribute of our … Continue reading

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Come Grow With Us

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Career Path Services is pleased to announce that we are expanding service delivery to Snohomish County. Beginning July 1, 2022, we will begin operating the Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act Adult and Dislocated Worker Programs and the One Stop Operator supporting … Continue reading

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EMPath & Mobility Mentoring

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It takes a Global Network.About five or so years ago (I have a pandemic time warp where everything feels like it happened last year), I remember my supervisor at the time sharing some theory of change based on brain science. … Continue reading

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THE FURIOUS FIVE: HOW ARE GENERATIONAL
DIFFERENCES AFFECTING YOU IN THE WORKPLACE

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When you come to work each day, you may be greeted by a Millennial with a tattoo on her wrist and a diamond stud in her nose, while you report to a Baby Boomer in a designer suit who works … Continue reading

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DIFFERENCES AFFECTING YOU IN THE WORKPLACE

Farewell Wishes

Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Others stay awhile, make footprints on our hearts, and we are never the same; Patty Avey is one of those people.  “This woman is truly amazing. I don’t think of Patty … Continue reading

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Employee Spotlight – Trina Mirabal

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Humanitarian Albert Schweitzer once said, “Wherever you turn, you can find someone who needs you. Even if it is a little thing, do something for which there is no pay but the privilege of doing it. Remember, you don’t live in … Continue reading

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Employee Spotlight – Kathy Hammonds

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Lutheran Community Services Northwest (LCSNW) is a local non-profit with multiple locations around the Pacific Northwest; they offer various services at each site. For example, in Spokane, they provide a 24-hour sexual assault support line and a crime victim support … Continue reading

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Farewell Wishes

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This week we would like to take a moment to say farewell to one of our colleagues and friends, Shantel Wight. Shantel has been with Career Path Services for nearly ten years, working with our Transitional Jobs team as an … Continue reading

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Employee Spotlight – Amy Trosine

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Albert Einstein once said, “Only a life lived for others is worth living.” For Amy Trosine, the Director of Human Resources at Career Path Services, living for others is what she strives to do every day. For just over six … Continue reading

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Farewell Wishes

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At times in our careers, we meet people who touch our lives forever, people that bring joy and a positive outlook wherever they go. Jen Ranney, the Director of the Next Generation Zone, is one of those people. So, this … Continue reading

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Employee Spotlight – Amy Deist

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We would like to introduce you to one of Career Path Service’s newest employees Amy Deist; Amy has been with the organization for about two months and works as an employment specialist in our Kennewick office. Amy says her time … Continue reading

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Farewell Wishes

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At times in our careers, we encounter genuinely amazing people. People who are admirable and inspiring, who shape the trajectories of those around them. Sarah Featherly, the Director of Transitional Jobs for Career Path Services, is one of these people. … Continue reading

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Employee Spotlight – Josh Monroe

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Josh, a member of our Employee Advisory Group (EAG), has been with Career Path Services for about five and half years. He says that he got into this work because he has always enjoyed helping others, and making a difference … Continue reading

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Employee Spotlight – Christina Shaffer

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Christina, a member of our Employee Advisory Group (EAG), has been with the organization for two years. She said it was the organization’s values, purpose, and scope of work for the position that drew her to Career Path Services. Christina … Continue reading

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Employee Spotlight – Marissa Turner

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This month we would like to introduce a few members of our Employee Advisory Group. Several years ago, the organization was considering changing our retirement plan; we wanted to get employees involved in that decision, and from there, we created … Continue reading

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Journey Journal-April

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On My Mind-Workforce Development Race, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion In last month’s Journal, I shared an update on our REDI efforts closing with this vision: “We want to create an organization and society that is just and equitable, where we … Continue reading

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Career Path Services is Getting REDI

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Written by: Amy Trosine, HR Manager REDI FOR WHAT? Race, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion! Career Path Services has been known for our amazing dedication to connecting job seekers and employers, for helping people achieve their goals, and for performing heart-work … Continue reading

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Dignity of Work named a finalist in XPRIZE Rapid Reskilling

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XPRIZE, the world’s leader in designing and operating incentive competitions to solve humanity’s grand challenges, sponsored by a nonprofit venture philanthropy organization. New Profit and in partnership with JFF- Jobs For the Future, announced that 10 teams from 4 countries are advancing to … Continue reading

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Journey Journal-March

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Journey Journal-March On my mind-One Year InI have been reflecting on the past year and the many transitions we have managed. Our world is much different than it was one year ago. The pace of change is overwhelming, and I … Continue reading

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Meet Dr. Kristen Allott, representing Western Washington.

Introducing our newest Board Member Dr. Kristen Allott, ND, MS, Tacoma WA. As naturopathic physician, national speaker, and pioneering advocate for the use of whole foods nutrition in the treatment of mental health disorders. Dr. Allott is passionate about achievable … Continue reading

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Meet Angel Betancourt, representing Southeastern Washington

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Introducing Board Member Angel David Betancourt. Angel is an attorney in Richland, Washington. He attended Central Washington University and the University of Idaho College of Law. Before law school, he was in the USAF for four years. His military training … Continue reading

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Meet Donna Radcliff, representing Northeastern Washington

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Introducing Board Member Donna Radcliff. Donna is a healthcare executive, veteran, and proven technology leader with extensive experience in large integrated delivery systems, with a history of leading and managing in complex and dynamic environments. She is currently serving as … Continue reading

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Meet Sarah Lloyd, who represents Western Washington

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Introducing Board Member, Sarah Lloyd. Sarah has a passion for authentically connecting with others, supporting them toward unlocking the best possible version of their lives. She has been training and developing teams since 2003 and has successfully worked across the … Continue reading

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We are looking for new board members to help our organization Break the Spirit of Poverty Through the Dignity of Work!  

Do you find purpose in helping break the spirit of poverty?  Do you have a desire to share your knowledge and experience to help an award-winning nonprofit become even better?  Do you have a call to serve? We are looking … Continue reading

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