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- New Video Encourages Veterans to Start Businesses in Rural Washington - A new video produced by the Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Council in partnership with Hire America, features several successful veteran-owned businesses as part of a broader campaign to encourage more Washington veterans to start businesses in rural areas of the state. The Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Council also runs the Camo2Commerce program. The Council covers Thurston, Mason, Lewis, Grays Harbor, and Pacific counties, a region where many military personnel have chosen to settle after serving their country.
- Introducing a NEW eLearning opportunity with the Workforce Training & Education Coordinting Board - Washington's workforce system brings together a lot of resources. The system can be tough to navigate. This course will help you identify how you fit within the system and how to connect customers to key workforce services, whether your customers are jobseekers, career builders, or businesses. To participate in this course, go to the LMS and search for Washington State Workforce System
- US Department of Labor - National Apprenticeship Week - U.S. Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta launched National Apprenticeship Week on Monday. This year's theme – Apprenticeships: Creating Tomorrow – celebrates the impact apprenticeship programs have in helping Americans learn skills for jobs in growing industries. "President Trump's Administration is committed to expanding apprenticeships and workforce investment across all industries. Apprenticeship is a proven way to help Americans learn the skills they need for good, safe, family-sustaining jobs," said Secretary Acosta.