Workforce Development Program Helps Prepare Incarcerated Youth for New Lives
A partnership between PacMtn, the Dept. of Juvenile Rehabilitation, and the Dept. of Vocational Rehabilitation to deliver a holistic program that includes behavioral and cognitive therapy, workplace skills training, communication skills, and more.
EPA Allots $52.2M to Improve Washington’s Water Infrastructure
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently announced the availability of $2.6 billion in new funds to assist states, tribes and territories with improving drinking water and wastewater infrastructure. Washington will be allotted $52.2 million.
Bending until it breaks: Local trade association looks to fail so that others may thrive
Tucked into a hideaway on the border of Tacoma and University Place, behind a secure wrought-iron fence, sits a little known laboratory where six Ph.D.s and a staff of highly trained researchers celebrate failure over and over again.
Report: Washington Among States with Least Affordable Child Care
Washington ranks in the top 10 on the list of states with the least affordable child care for children ages 5 and younger, and for school-age children during the summer, according to nonprofit organization Child Care Aware of Washington.