Donate to Workforce Snohomish

Your support of Workforce Snohomish will help us build a globally competitive workforce and a vibrant economy. You will ensure that businesses thrive and that individuals have the opportunities to grow their careers.

Inform

Workforce Snohomish identifies the needs of business in our community. We provide essential labor market information to stakeholders in order to define our regional workforce priorities. We make recommendations to attract and align resources.

Align

Workforce Snohomish convenes, connects, and endorses collaboration between regional partners to develop workforce and economic growth strategies. We obtain and leverage resources. We guide an efficient workforce development process to grow today’s workforce and build our future.

Advance

Workforce Snohomish provides efficient solutions to local business challenges. We develop and execute innovative workforce development plans that promote a strong and vibrant regional economy. We are engaged in the growth of our current and future workforce.

Workforce Snohomish is committed to the people of our region:

  • When 750 individuals lost their jobs after Kimberly-Clark closed its doors in 2012, we provided employment services to help laid-off workers upgrade their skills and regain employment.
  • We opened the Serve Center in 2013 to help guide our military veterans and their families to essential services.
  • When a mile-long mudslide devastated the cities of Oso and Darrington in March of 2014, we employed 90 residents to help rebuild their community.
  • We are integrating and strengthening STEM education in Snohomish County’s K-12 system.

Workforce Snohomish is a 501(c)(3) organization and donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Funders

Bank of America • The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation • Building Changes • Edmonds Community College • Evertrust Foundation • Kimberly Clark • United States Department of Education • United States Department of Health and Human Services • United States Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration • United Way • SkillUp • Snohomish County Superior Court • Washington State Employment Security Department