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New Book on Workforce Development Policies

New Book on Workforce Development Policies

September 24, 2015

Seattle Jobs Initiative is pleased to announce the release of a collaborative new book, Transforming U.S. Workforce Development Policies for the 21st Century.

SJI?s own policy director David Kaz contributed a chapter in this book, entitled ?Basic Food Employment and Training: How Washington State Brought to Scale Skills Training for Its Food Stamp Population?.

Readers can download the entire book as well as individual chapters of the book here.

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The Federal Reserve Banks of Atlanta and Kansas City ...

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New Video! SJI Celebrates 15 Years by Sharing Our Story

December 6, 2012

Seattle Jobs Initiative is proud to present our 15th Anniversary Video! Learn about Seattle Jobs Initiative’s mission and work, hear from community-based agency partners and employers about the value of partnership with SJI, and be inspired by success stories from several of our program graduates — who describe the challenges faced before participating in the SJI program, their experiences during the program, and the positive changes in their lives since.

 

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New Manufacturing Research Online Now + Webinar 12/6/12!

New Manufacturing Research Online Now + Webinar 12/6/12!

November 14, 2012

Seattle Jobs Initiative (SJI) is pleased to present our latest labor market research, Understanding King County?s Manufacturing Sector: Preparing Our Workforce for Good Job Opportunities.

This research identifies trends in the local manufacturing industry in the past, present, and future in an effort to prepare the King County workforce for well-paying job opportunities.

Through this research, SJI?s intent is to inform workforce development providers about which manufacturing subsectors offer stability currently and in the next five to ten ...

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Executive Director Anne Keeney Discusses SJI In Radio Podcast

SJI Executive Director Anne Keeney was a featured guest for an interesting and lively discussion on the Walk the Talk with Kim Show on ...
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