What’s Happening in Central King County – March 2017

Posted on by Jerry

Our teams in Central King County have been busy in the first quarter of this year. Here’s what’s going in Central King County for March 2017:

Jobs, Jobs, and more Jobs!

thumb-1013968_640Our clients landed some pretty great unsubsidized jobs with our help. Here are a few of the highlights:

  • Full Time Program Assistant-Reach Center of Hope -$14 per hour
  • Part-Time Wendy’s Customer Services -$15 per hour
  • Full Time Childcare/Cook at PRIMM ABC – $13 per hour
  • Full Time Activity Coordinator at Paramount Nursing – $13.50 per hour
  • Full Time FSS at DSHS – $15 per hour

Workshop Updates

27 Clients have earned their Life Enrichment Certificates since December 2016.

The second series of job training skills classes began on March 2, 2017.

The workshops include courses on Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.

March Events

The Career Path Services’ team will be out of the office from March 14 – March 16 to attend training at the Annual Commerce Institute Conference. During the week, regular orientations are canceled, and practitioners will call each client for one-on-one desk-side orientations.

Success Stories: Workshop Magic

It’s Josephine. Thank you! I am so happy. I loved the classes, because no one judged anyone; we helped one another and communicated in things we’ve experienced. It helped me open up and speak up. I’ve learned to communicate, be social, and make my resume. I just felt the comfort and trust there. Even if you start from the bottom you can get to places if you set your mind to it. It’s never too late to do what you want to do and to reach your goals.

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I want to let you know that just because I got hired doesn’t mean I don’t need you anymore. You helped me through more than you will ever know. Your understanding and compassion is what I needed the most. You are the best! Please call, email, or text me if you ever need anything. I will always keep you updated.

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